Forza Horizon 5: Back To The Future DeLorean DMC-12 To Be Available From Week 1


Forza Horizon 5 is introducing the DeLorean DMC-12, the Back to the Future car, to the Festival Playlist in week one, according to the game’s official Twitter account.

The tweet, which was announced on the official Forza Horizon Twitter account, displayed a video of the iconic ’80s car in action with the caption: “Extremely delighted to announce that the ’80s fantasy, the Delorean DMC-12, will be made available in Forza Horizon 5’s first week.”

During the first week of Forza Horizon 5’s Festival Playlist, which is an interface within Forza Horizon 5 that displays a player’s progress as well as any news, updates, challenges, and rewards that are available for the season, the DeLorean will be accessible to unlock, bringing all of our fantasies of driving the legendary time machine to life.

During the most recent episode of Forza Horizon 5: Let’s Go! , more information was revealed about the new Festival Playlist, as well as more footage of the Delorean and some background on how it got into the racing game. Mike Brown, the creative director at Playground games, stated during the live stream that “it’s almost certainly the most requested vehicle we’ve ever had.”

There have been several additional details released about the game ahead of its release, including Forza Horizon 5 PC requirements, which Playground Games has divided into three categories: minimum specifications, suggested specs, and optimum specs in order to ensure that all players may get the most out of Forza Horizon 5 when it launches.

Forza Horizon 5 will be available exclusively on PC, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S on November 9, 2021. During the Summer season of Series 1 of the Festival Playlist, players will be able to claim their Delorean DMC-12 reward.

Ifr you like the sound of that, then you’ll appreciate this DeLorean DMC-12 concept.

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