A new update for Forza Horizon 5 is on the way, and with it comes some new content, new cars and a range of bug fixes and game improvements. The content update itself is set to release after 10 am on April 26th, and players who are fans of Ferrari are in for a treat. According to this month’s Forza Monthly, which was streamed earlier today, players will be able to get their hands on a number of iconic models in Series 7.
You can check out the replay of April’s Forza Monthly right here to get all the latest details on the specific new cars and community events and competitions that are coming up in Series 7.
The new update will include five new Ferraris, a Dodge Magnum SRT-8, and the Ford F 150 SVT Lightning, to name a few. The new Ferrari models will be the California T, the SF90, the 512 TR, the F8 Tributo and the 250 GT Berlinetta.
In addition to new cars, the latest update will see a number of in-game fixes and improvements. This includes fixes to a number of bugs occurring in Accolades and to the Festival Playlist. Alongside this, the new update delivers several general stability improvements and accessibility upgrades, such as adding better Screen Reader functionality on more screens and improving subtitle errors in certain parts of the game.
Players can also look forward to the addition of over 200 new Horizon Tour events and the addition of specific Drivatar names to Horizon Tour and The Trial. Some of the existing cars in Forza Horizon 5 have also had some more detailed fixes, including the correct year being displayed on the Morris Minor and the left wing mirror on the Volvo V60 Polestar being given the correct reflection.
Players can check out the full release notes for the new update over on the Forza Horizon 5 website.