Turn 10 Studios’ epic party racer Forza Horizon 5 has had us roaring across Mexico for some time now, and it’s been great fun smashing into road signs and flicking our lights at other drivers to taunt them into a race, but we can’t help wanting more. Luckily, the new Hot Wheels DLC is here to bring more racing in new areas.
But, it’s not as straightforward as just just listing off the Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels DLC areas and calling it a day. The structure of the new game expansion is a little more confusing, so before you grab a new car and start doing loops on an orange track at 200 miles per hour, you’ll want to actually know where you’re going.
Below, you’ll find everything you need to know about the new Hot Wheels DLC areas, how many there are, and what they include.
Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels DLC areas
The Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels DLC adds the new Hot Wheels Park area, which contains four biomes – Giant’s Canyon, Ice Cauldron, Forest Falls, and Horizon Nexus.
The Hot Wheels Park is a new area suspended high above Mexico and consists of vast swathes of orange track that loop into the clouds. This is then split into the aforementioned biomes that each has a theme.
Giant’s Canyon is a rocky desert, Ice Cauldron is a frozen tundra, Forest Falls is lush and green woodland, and the Horizon Nexus is where you can find the Horizon Festival in the Hot Wheels Park.
To find out more about the DLC, read our guide on the Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels DLC cars and vehicles to see what you can drive, or our Game Pass guide to see if you will need to purchase the add-on or not.
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