Forza Horizon 5, obsession with detail and spectacle on wheels | SER Madrid South | Today for Today Madrid South

Playground Games has done it again. If Forza Horizon 4 has already enchanted lovers of arcade and crazy driving, with detailed vehicles at the extreme and maximum speed, the fifth chapter of the saga takes us to Mexico to accelerate even further. Forza Horizon 5 (Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, PC and Steam, also in Game Pass Ultimate) takes us to Central America to enjoy landscapes as diverse as beaches, jungles, deserts, urban areas or circuits, all of them recreated with a level of detail that borders on obsession through 12K photo capture.

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We are facing a racing game technically impressiveWhether we look at the cars or the tremendous and diverse landscapes that Mexico offers us. We are going to drive classic cars, supercars, trucks and even big foots, with brands like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche or McLaren, up to a total of 500 vehicles with differentiated behaviors, although it is true that we have missed some brands such as Alfa Romeo and the latest models of others. All this in an open world to go through a campaign with hundreds of challenges and corresponding rewards for going behind the wheel at full speed on or off the asphalt.

Here we do not have to worry so much about deep mechanical issues but simply to enjoy the kilometers without fear and with full adrenaline. Although yes, we must modify the cars to increase your performance and win tougher races. The game features weather events such as sandstorms or tropical, and the challenges of speed or skidding will change with each season, as well as the appearance of the map due to droughts or rains.

Of course we have online challenges that lead us to destroy giant piñatas for a certain route against other players in arcade tests, maintain kilometers at high speeds, or the Horizon Open championships. We even have battle royale and challenge editor to make available to the community. Crazy for practically all audiences.

If Forza Horizon 5 stands out for its quality and graphic fluidity, it is not at a sound level either. The effects of the engine or braking of the cars sound great, the soundtrack is very powerful helping to keep us on top and it has voices dubbed in Latin Spanish that fit perfectly with its location in Mexico. And from the looks of it, the game will continue to grow based on updates to reach a huge amount of content.

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This week we have also been able to get our hands on Skyrim Anniversary Edition (PS5 / PS4, Xbox Series / One and PC), the latest and most complete edition of the fifth part of the saga of first-person role-playing games The Elder Scrolls. Ten years after its original release for PS3 and Xbox 360, and after having successfully ventured into the world of virtual reality, this anniversary edition includes all the creator club extras approved by the developer herself, which means a guarantee of performance and quality. We have more objects, new activities, more graphic details and new modes such as survival that requires us to wear warm clothes so as not to freeze to death or feed ourselves.

In addition, owners of the previous special edition (which came to the last generation of consoles) will be able to enjoy extras such as survival mode, more missions and activities such as fishing. To review all this and much more, we spoke with Adrián Sánchez, Product Manager for Skyrim Anniversary Edition at Koch Media for Spain. So far the SER Jugones of this week, pass it on iben.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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