The Forza Horizon 5 community was already doing all sorts of amazing things with the game's EventLab creator tool, but next week it's getting a free upgrade with the rollout of EventLab 2.0 on 12th September.
This new and improved version of the tool features improvements such as multi-select, custom event flyers, and creating and sharing prefabs. To top it off, the game is also adding Event Lab Island as well as new props.
"New features deserve an amazing new place to be experimented at. EventLab Island is a brand-new location specifically for creating EventLab content. It comprises of a 2km x 2km flat concrete platform surrounded by ocean. Since EventLab Island is its own separate location, you will be able to add more props to each event you create within it thanks to an increased prop budget."
As part of this, Playground Games is also adding some new car parts and some new cars from brands such as Rivian (2022 Rivian R1S, 2022 Rivian R1T) and Chevrolet (Corvette E-Ray). You can get the full rundown on the Forza blog.
"Fresh additions to car customization including 20 rims from a new-to-Horizon aftermarket brand, Vorsteiner, as well as new body parts from AC Schnitzer and the returning Forza widebody kit for the 1995 BMW 850CSi."
This update will include various fixes and technical improvements for the Xbox and PC versions of Forza Horizon 5 - addressing loading issues and car glitches.
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