All the petrol heads out there that I know love the Forza and Forza Horizon series and praise both franchises for being the most realistic and fun-to-play racer around.
When we saw Forza Horizon 5 at the Xbox and Bethesda showcase this past E3, it really did look like a lot of fun, alone or with friends. However, apparently the engine sounds in Forza Horizon 4 were not the best according to fans concerned with well, engine sounds. Playground Games have listened and Forza fans can expect 320 new car recordings on top of those that already exist. Much more realistic ones at that.
The audio will also run at 90 FPS and any changes you make in game will take place immediately and dynamically depending on where you are in the game, so you’ll hear echoes in an underpass, and traffic sounds in a town. That’s where the ray tracing comes in.
The video below gives a little glimpse of all the changes. Forza Horizon 5 is coming your way on November 9 2021.