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Forza Horizon 5 update 1.581.488.0 To 1.588.95.0 [ElAmigos]

We’re constantly working to improve the experience in Forza Horizon 5. Below you will find a summary of items fixed or improved upon in this update.

Version Number:

  • Xbox One: 2.588.95.0
  • Xbox Series: 3.588.95.0
  • PC: 3.588.95.0
  • Steam: 1.588.95.0

Series 21 Release Notes – Explore the Horizon 

New Features (Available from May 23rd)

  • Photo Mode Update featuring
  • Time of day change
  • Weather change 
  • Wheel Tilt 
  • Guidelines and Portrait Mode
    • Character outside the vehicle
    • Character Emotes
    • Photo Presets
  • 16 Bokykits for Overlanding modifications for
    • 1972 Chevrolet K-10 Custom
    • 1986 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat
    • 1997 Land Rover Defender 90
    • 2011 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor
    • 2014 Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 6×6
    • 2016 Nissan Titan Warrior Concept
    • 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2
    • 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor
    • 2017 Ram 2500 Power Wagon
    • 2018 Mercedes-Benz Class X
    • 2019 DeBerti Ford Super Duty F-250 Lariat “Transformer”
    • 2019 Ford Ranger Raptor
    • 2019 Hennessey Velociraptor 6×6
    • 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon
    • 2020 Ford Super Duty F-450 DRW Platinum
    • 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup
  • Tags marking new Bodykits and Rims introduced for every update
  • Motor and Battery Swap feature for 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup and 2022 CUPRA Tavascan
  • EventLab “Photo” prop pack
  • EventLab “Oval Track” prop pack
  • 17 Pathfinder Accolades
  • 17 Photo Mode Accolades
  • 1 Series Accolade “Explore The Horizon Collector”
  • 1 Pathfinder Player Badge
  • 3 Car Horns
  • 1 CUPRA Racing Suit 

“Explore The Horizon” Series Features (Available from May 25th until June 22nd)

  • Pathfinder Challenges
  • 4 Returning Danger Signs
  • Ranas Saltarinas
  • San Juan Jump
    • Salto De Rio
    • Metal Bird
  • 4 Returning Trailblazers
    • River Rapids
    • Cruse De Granja
    • Festival Descend
    • Jungle Traversal
  • Animal Cut-out collectibles
  • “Flood, Sweat, and Gears” Showcase Remix: “Splash of the Titans” 

Unlockable Cars 

  • 6 New To Forza
    • 1972 Chevrolet K-10 Custom
    • 1986 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat
    • 2019 DeBerti Ford Super Duty F-250 Lariat “Transformer”
    • 2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup
    • 2022 CUPRA Formentor
    • 2022 CUPRA Tavascan

Bug fixes


  • Fixed an issue where Launch Control settings did not save after restarting the game
  • Fixed an issue where sometimes wheels would reset their position to default in Photo Mode
  • (PC) Fixed an issue where the mouse cursor was disappearing after a certain amount of time
  • Fixed an issue where sometimes the controller’s vibration could stop after players were disconnected from an online session
  • Improvements made to boot-up time on all platforms
  • General performance and stability fixes


  • Fixed an issue where the 2021 Lamborghini Huracàn STO was missing sidemarks when installing the race splitter
  • Fixed an issue with the 2018 Italdesign Zerouno where the front wheel rims were displaying an incorrect color
  • Fixed an issue with the 2018 Italdesign Zerouno where the engine frame was incorrectly displayed when opening the front hood
  • Fixed an issue with the 2014 Mercedes-Benz Unimog where taller tires options were not available


  • Improvements made for some EventLab blueprints which could cause client crashes while editing saved projects


  • Fixed an issue with weather management in Multiplayer races where weather conditions in certain conditions were not consistent between players
  • Developer’s Note: 

“One of the most important things for any competitive experience is fairness. Forza Horizon has an exceptionally high skill ceiling, which means that player skill and interaction with the game is what ultimately determines success or failure, not an RNG attribute system. For this to work, competitive conditions must be as equal as possible while still allowing for tactical decisions (like your car and tune) and leaving space for player skill (like how well you handle a given corner).

Working together with members of the Competitive Community, we recently identified several issues with online multiplayer that were creating uneven competitive conditions.

These proved to be related to how the game handled the weather simulation in certain online contexts. This led to situations where certain players would have warmer conditions at the start of the race (which impacted tire temperature at the all-important moment of race start). We’ve resolved this by changing the point at which the physics simulation resets tire temperature, and harmonizing what temperature it resets to.

We were also able to identify situations where players engaging in long race events could experience weather desynchronization. The Competitive Community was “working around” this by only racing at specific times and in specific weather conditions where this was unlikely to occur. With support from the competitive community, we identified an issue where every player’s game would start to run its own version of the weather simulation. Since our weather model has a deterministic phase and a non-deterministic phase this could result in longer races seeing situations where one player had clear weather while another player in the same race was driving in pouring rain. This was because once the deterministic phase was complete, local games would start to randomize their weather in some conditions. We resolved this issue by clamping the weather simulation when the deterministic phase completes, ensuring that everyone will have consistent weather across the entire race.

All of these issues resulted in situations where cool experiences (like racing at night, or endurance races in heavy weather) were not fair experiences from a competitive standpoint. We’ve addressed these issues with the fixes I explained above, giving competitive players the consistent conditions they need to take advantage of everything Forza Horizon 5 has to offer.

Thank you to everyone in the various communities who spoke with me about this, and provided all the excellent data we used to track down what was actually going on. See you in Mexico! 
– Torben Ellert, Design Director, Forza Horizon.” 

  • Fixed an issue where Playground Games Team Flag Rush match score could revert to 0 upon a player disconnecting from the session
  • Fixed an issue in Playground Games where the scoreboard in Survival Mode could disappear instead of being minimized
  • Fixed an issue where sometimes players could not be grouped with the rest of the convoy after finishing an Horizon Tour event
  • Fixed an issue where the game would sometimes incorrectly prioritize staying with the current Online Session over joining players’ convoys in a different Horizon Life Session

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