Forza Horizon 5 Release Time: Xbox Game Pass UK and Steam Launch Date Update

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Forza Horizon 5 release time confirmed for the UK (Image: MICROSOFT)

Forza Horizon 5 already has over a million players thanks to the early access launch, but a deluge of new gamers will be added to the servers soon.

That’s because, unlike other games on rival platforms, the Xbox and PC racer is about to become very accessible.

The Forza Horizon 5 release time for Xbox Game Pass has been confirmed for this week, meaning anyone with an active subscription can jump in.

Exclusive Day One consoles are becoming more common on Game Pass, and Forza is just the latest in a long line of big titles entering the popular digital library.

Next month, Halo Infinite will be added, possibly one of the few other game franchises that could overshadow Forza in terms of fanbase loyalty on Xbox.

Since early access is limited to those who buy the most expensive version of Horizon 5, many racing fans are eager to jump in and explore the latest title in the franchise.

Based in Mexico, Forza Horizon 5 has already racked up impressive review scores and looks set to dominate the Steam charts this month.


The release time of Forza Horizon 5 on Xbox Game Pass is expected on Tuesday, November 9 at 0:01 GMT in the UK.

Subscribers were never made to wait for a new release, and there’s no reason to believe Microsoft plans to do so before the big Forza release.

The only important thing to note is that there have been reports of crashing issues on PC and this may hinder progress when the game goes live in the next 24 hours.

It should also be noted that the normal release date of Forza Horizon 5 has also been set at November 9 for those who have purchased a base copy and are not using Xbox Game Pass.

The good news for gamers eager to start playing Forza is that the game can be loaded across all platforms these days, weighing in at around 100GB.

Horizon 5 takes place in Mexico and allows to unlock a number of exotic vehicle types while exploring the country.

A post from Microsoft revealed more about the situation, telling gamers earlier this year: “As you play through Forza Horizon 5 and explore our expanded version of Mexico, expect cargo planes, an active volcano, a race to the festival under beautiful Mexican skies. and more.

“You’ll see thrilling sights such as the Ford Bronco Badlands atop the active snow-capped Gran Caldera volcano, the 2020 Corvette Stingray tearing up the tarmac in a dust storm in Mexican farmland, and the Porsche 911 Desert Flyer ripping through the dense thicket. jungle tree canopy.

“We are thrilled that Ford and Mercedes-AMG fans will be able to drive the biggest vehicles of the year in the game thanks to their great collaboration.

“And thanks to the capabilities of the Xbox Series X|S consoles, we knew we could dial in the detail and authenticity more than ever before.

“For example, ray tracing in Forzavista – we get a new level of material response and reflections, more similar to what you would see in real life with your eyes.”

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