Forza Horizon 5 Series 3 Winter: 5 fresh cars for players to win!

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It's Thursday, which means a new season is coming to Forza Horizon 5. This week sees plenty of new challenges for players to sink their teeth into and some awesome cars to win.

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What can players get up to as winter rolls into Mexico? Let's take a look!

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Forza Horizon 5 Series 3 Winter

The new playlist is set to arrive in Forza Horizon 5 at 2:30pm GMT / 9:30am ET today.

With it will come a whole new raft of challenges and a lot of cool prizes.

FH5 series 3 winter rewards
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The season prizes are the Porsche Carrera which unlocks at 25 points and the Toyota AT38 which unlocks at 45 points.

There are 65 points in all to be won, which will go toward your Series 3 rewards, the Zenvo TS1 (120pts) and the Ford Mustang '71 (200pts).

That's a great pair of cars to win, but what else is there for players to claim this week?

3 cars up for grabs

Along with the two season progression cars you can earn this week, there are three others available in the Season Events.

The first is the GMC Vandura which you can earn in the Seasonal Playground Games event. There there is the awesome BMW M5 '12, available for winning the Speed Skating Seasonal Championship.

FH5 series 3 winter cars
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The third car in the Ariel Nomad, which you'll get for winning the Cross-Country Skiing Seasonal Championship.

That's a good haul of cars for a few races, and it will all help toward your points tally to get the other two!

Photo Challenge

This week's Photo Challenge is #BigCityLights is pretty simple.

You need to photograph Guanajuato at night. That's it. No specific car or anything. The problem of course is that night is quite short in Forza Horizon 5's Mexico.

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WAITING AROUND: You might need to hang out for a while

The full day/night cycle in Forza Horizon 5 takes about 1 hour 40 minutes, with only the final 10 minutes being considered night. That means that being out and about during the twilight could have you too far away from Guanajuato you could miss it!