Playground Games pulled back the curtain on the latest Forza Horizon 5 update as part of the "Let's Go" YouTube series last night, and it officially arrives this Tuesday - although some new features will be held back until Thursday.

One of those Thursday-specific features is the new Donut Media Hi-Low Story, which Playground Games describes as "unmissable". It features two unique paths (Hi and Low) with six chapters each, along with four cars to unlock.

In addition, the Horizon Test Track returns without car restrictions, meaning you can "tune your car in real-time and test drive your modifications on the track", and it's now accessible via a dedicated map icon.

Something you might also be interested in is the new Horizon Racing Car Pack, which takes the form of paid DLC (£3.99 / $4.99) and features four "incredible new-to-Forza cars for you to collect and drive".

Here's the list of those DLC cars:

  • 2023 Lotus Emira
  • 2022 Pagani Huayra R
  • 2021 Forsberg Racing Nissan ‘Altimaniac’
  • 2020 Saleen Sportruck XR Black Label

There are various other features included as part of the Forza Horizon 5 Upgrade Heroes update as well, so if you're interested in the full rundown, we highly recommend checking out the official Forza website.

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