Forza Horizon 5 Practical Metal Treasure Hunt guide

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It’s Treasure Hunt time! The Forza Horizon 5 Series 10 Winter Festival Playlist has another Treasure Hunt to complete. If you’re struggling to solve the clue and find the treasure chest, our guide will help you complete the Forza Horizon 5 Practical Metal Treasure Hunt.

How to complete Forza Horizon 5 Practical Metal Treasure Hunt

The clue for the Practical Metal Treasure Hunt is: “Copper wins in electric conductivity and is used across country.”

To unlock the clue, you need to win the Copper Canyon Cross Country event in the Series 10 Winter Festival Playlist.

You’ll need to own an Extreme E car to enter – you can win one by smashing La Cruz Danger Sign in this week’s Festival Playlist. The Extreme E #99 Chip Ganassi Racing GMC Hummer EV is also available at the Autoshow for 700,000 credits.

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The treasure chest is located on the edge of a cliff in the Drift Zone.

This is a tough race, with the AI Drivatars locked at the highest difficulty. Finish the race in first, and you’ll unlock the next clue hinting at the treasure chest location.

Head to the drift zone in the highlighted area of the map and you’ll find the treasure chest on the edge of a cliff in this location:

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Here's where you can find the treasure chest!

Series 10 Winter

There are seven new reward cars to earn in the Series 10 Winter Festival Playlist. The Season Progress cars are the Porsche 356 C Cabriolet Emory ‘64 (20 points) and KTM X-Bow GT4 (40 points). You can also get the Saleen S1 '18, Jaguar Mk II 3.8, #55 Extreme E, #22 Extreme E, and Porsche 718 Cayman by completing the Season Challenges.

There’s also a Photo Challenge that requires you to photograph the 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S in Copper Canyon.