Today, June 21, as widely announced in recent days by Playground Games, Forza Horizon 5 has received the Series 9 Update. Although the main innovations were already known, the 16GB update still managed to amaze us by introducing dubbing in Italian!
As clearly indicated by the changelog attached at the bottom, Forza Horizon 5 is now dubbed in Italian, as well as in Spanish and Korean. It is undoubtedly an incredibly welcome novelty by all the players of the boot who are not familiar with English speaking, and who therefore will no longer be distracted by the need to read the subtitles on the screen. The Italian then returns to the Playground Games series after being absent for a long time: the last episode featuring voice acting in our language was Forza Horizon 2which among other things was set on our coasts.
Forza Horizon 5’s Series 9 Update, which anticipates the launch of the Hot Wheels expansion by one month, also adds support for cooperative for the StoriesTemporal Anti-Aliasing (TAA) on PC, the new monthly Rivals “Forza EV” event, the conversion functionality for the Ferrari California T and McLaren 650 S Spider, and new Hot Wheels themed cars that will be made available according to this calendar:
- 2018 Hot Wheels 2JetZ – Earn 20 PTS during the Summer “Wet” Season in the Festival Series 9 Playlist from June 23-29;
- 1957 Hot Wheels Nash Metropolitan Custom – Earn 20 PTS during the Spring “Hot” Season in the Festival Series 9 Playlist from July 14-20;
- 1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula-S – Earn 20 PTS during the Autumn “Storm” Season in the Festival Series 9 Playlist from June 30th to July 6th;
- 1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee – Earn 20 PTS during the Winter “Dry” Season in the Festival Series 9 Playlist from July 7-13.
Forza Horizon 5 is available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC via Steam and Microsoft Store, as well as in the Xbox and PC Game Pass catalog.