Ahead of tomorrow’s new Festival Playlist series, the Forza Horizon 5 Japanese Automotive update has landed, bringing new legendary Japanese cars cars and a barrage of bug fixes. Let’s find out what’s new in the Forza Horizon 5 Japanese Automotive update patch notes.
In keeping with the theme, the new star cars in the update are the 2023 Nissan Z and 1965 Toyota Sports 800, both of which are new to Forza. Also returning to Forza are the 1995 Toyota MR2 GT and 1992 Mitsubishi Galant VR4.
You can also customise these cars with 23 newly added Japanese-branded car rims from 5Zigen, Advan, Enkei, Gram Lights.
Car Park EventLab Prop Pack
As well as new cars, the Japanese Automotive update adds an assortment of new features. The main new addition is the Car Park Event Lab Prop Pack, which adds 57 new props. Certain pieces also feature Snapping functionality allowing you to create multistorey car parks to practice your drifting skills.
Other new features include a new Lucky Cat Collectible in the Winter season, a Japanese Automotive Accolade, and a Catch Me If You Canyon Showcase Remix. The update also brings several bug fixes to improve the gameplay experience.
You can find out more in the Forza Horizon 5 Japanese Automotive update patch notes below.
Forza Horizon 5 Japanese Automotive update patch notes
- "Car Park" Event Lab Prop Pack introducing 57 new props with certain pieces featuring the Snapping functionality and a selection of colors
- Lucky Cat Collectible in the Winter “Dry” season
- Evolving World Japanese Stone Lantern
- "Catch Me If You Canyon" Showcase Remix: "A Twist of Freight"
- 1 Japanese Automotive Accolade
- New To Forza
- 2023 Nissan Z
- 1965 Toyota Sports 800
- Returning To Forza
- 1995 Toyota MR2 GT
- 1992 Mitsubishi Galant VR4
23 New To Forza Japanese Branded Car Rims:
- 5ZR Copse
- Becketts MK6
- D-Force RSX-6
- Heidfeld Mesh
- Hyper 5ZR
- ProRacer Z1
- ProRacer ZR5-F
- Sports Engine SC3000
- AVS Model 6
- Super Advan SA3R
- Added visual preset support for Intel ARC Series GPUs
- Fixed an issue with Horizon Promo List where an incorrect version of the Mercedes-AMG One was displayed
- Fixed an issue where some veteran players were receiving Barn Find Gift meant to be delivered to new players
- General performance and stability fixes
- Fixed an issue with the 1992 Honda NSX-R where livery was misaligned when the Rocket Bunny wide body kit was applied
- Fixed an issue with 2000 Nissan Silvia Spec-R rear license plate which was blacked out when Rocket Bunny wide body kit was applied
- Fixed an issue with the 2003 Nissan Z Fairlady where diver hands were not holding the steering wheel correctly
- Fixed an issue with the 2005 BMW E46 M3 where the roll cage was not visible when applying the Rocket Bunny wide body kit
- Fixed an issue with the 2005 Subaru WRX STi Front Forza Street and Race bumpers which were appearing to be each other
- Fixed an issue with the 2021 Lamborghini Siàn Roadster where the cockpit display was showing an 8th gear while being in 7th
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