Forza Horizon 5 Road Ready Treasure Hunt Guide

A new Festival Playlist has arrived and with it you will need our Road Ready Treasure Hunt guide. We're off after more hidden treasure this week, trying to grab free Forzathon points and some extra Series Progress points too!

This week sees the start of the High Performance Winter Festival Playlist, with seven cars and four Super Wheelspins ready to be won. But one of the best things about it is the Treasure Hunt, so let's get going!

Road Ready Treasure Hunt

This week's Treasure Hunt clue is: "Toys never deal well with asphalt, but perhaps a toy meant for the track does better." The image is a Porsche 911 at the Horizon Apex site.

Which means you need to win a road race in a Track Toy. When you do that the treasure chest location will pop on your map and take you down to the Aerodromo en la Selva.

You will find the chest located in one of the hangers to the SIDE of the air strip, not the main one at the end of it. Check the picture below for exactly where.

Road Ready Treasure Chest Location
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High Performance Winter

The new Festival Playlist is here, with High Performance Winter offering seven cars to be won.

This week's Seasonal Progress cars are the Audi RS 6 '21 (20 points) and the Noble M600 (40 points). You can get the Chevy Camaro '15 for completing The Trial, while winning the Fleeting Flag Rush Playground Games event will earn you the Audi RS 6 '09.

High Performance Winter Seasonal Progress cars
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Completing the Seasonal Championships will win you the 1988 Lamborghini Countach LP5000 QV and the 1994 Ferrari F355 Berlinetta. Those with the Hot Wheels expansion can also win the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.

There are also four Super Wheelspins to earn, with the Hot Wheels expansion and Rally Adventure expansion both offering one more each.

This week's Photo Challenge asks you to snap any Retro Supercar at the Temple of Quechula.

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