Gaming enthusiasts in South Africa are eagerly awaiting the release of Forza Horizon 5, the highly anticipated follow up to 2018’s breakout hit, open world driving game Forza Horizon 4.
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Forza Horizon 5 release date
Set to release on November 9th 2021 to Xbox Series S/X, Xbox One Consoles and PC on Windows 10, Forza Horizon 5 sees players immerse themselves in hundreds of challenges that will reward them for engaging in activities they love.
Tapping into the wholesome experience of playing Forza, Xbox is inviting Forza enthusiasts to “Push to Start.” With over 25 million gamers that have played Forza Horizon 4 as of April 15 2021, how would Xbox bring Forza Horizon 5 to life across the country to re-ignite the nostalgia of one of the world’s most played and anticipated games?
The answer is simply perfect and very exclusive…
Prima Interactive in partnership with Xbox is inviting gamers to be part of the launch of Forza Horizon 5 and has set out to bring the Forza Horizon 5 experience to 10 lucky winners.
Launch in South Africa
All they have to do is “Push to Start” from 2 November 2021. Gamers are encouraged to share a picture of themselves playing any Forza Horizon game onto www.pushtostart.co.za.
One entry per person will be entered into a lucky draw on Friday November 5th at 14:00, where 10 lucky winners will be announced as exclusive VIP guests to join the official Forza Horizon 5 Launch in South Africa.
Our VIP winners will be treated to a private driving experience at LandRover Jaguar in Lonehill, Johannesburg, and indulge in a Mexican Fiesta to get a taste of the Forza Horizon 5 experience.
They will also get their hearts racing with a little Jaguar Racing and a bit of a rugged LandRover off-road experience.
According to the “Push to Start” poster, among the Forza Horizon 5 PC requirements is 512GB SSD and up to 120FPS for monitors.
Gamers using the Xbox console also need downloads and internet connection. “Use with digital games only; console does not play physical discs,” the poster adds.