Forza Horizon 5 Sting Like A Beetle Treasure Hunt Guide

Forza Horizon 5's Summer Party Summer Festival Playlist is live, and there's a new Treasure Hunt to complete. If you need a helping hand, our Forza Horizon 5 Sting Like A Beetle Treasure Hunt Guide has you covered.

For this Treasure Hunt, you need to get your hands on the classic 1963 Volkswagen Beetle - but you need to unlock it if you haven't already.

Sting Like A Beetle Treasure Hunt guide

This week’s clue is pretty cryptic. It reads: “Trade colours as these tiny bugs menace the roads.”

To complete the challenge, you must first acquire the 1963 Volkswagen Beetle. You can do this by either completing the Desert Queen accolade or finishing the A Hill Wind accolade in the Vocho story.

Once you’ve got your hands on a bug, you simply need to lightly hit a vehicle at a speed of at least 60 mph to gain the Trading Paint skill. Do this three times, and you'll get the next clue highlighting the location on the map.

You'll find the treasure on the beach just south of where it says Costa Rocosa. Use the pointer on the map below to find the treasure chest:

Forza Horiozn 5 Sting Like A Beetle treasure location
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Smash the chest to collect your 100-Forza Point reward.

Summer Party Festival Playlist

There are plenty of other challenges to keep you entertained in the Summer Party Festival Playlist with new cars to win and add to your collection.

This week's Season Progress Cars this week are the Ford XB Falcon (20 points) and McLaren 765LT (40 points).

Forza Horizon 5 Summer Party Summer playlist
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Also up for grabs this week are the VW Golf R '14, BMW M1, Chevrolet Camaro '69, and even a Buick GSX. You can also win the extreme 2019 Hennessey Camaro Exorcist by completing the new Icons of Speed Horizon Story.

For a bonus reward, there's also a Photo Challenge that sees you head to the Horizon Street Scene Outpost.

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