Xbox revealed in the patch notes for the new update for Forza Horizon 5 known as Series 9 as the driving title developed by Playground Games receives dubbing in Spanish and other languages. The update is now available for download on Xbox and PC consoles (Windows and Steam) and all you need to do is access the game’s “Settings” menu and the “Language selection” section to select the language. Along with the new support for multiple languages, one of the most notable additions to this update is the inclusion of cooperative play in Horizon Stories for up to 6 players.
Series 9 Upgrade Notes
- Added subtitles for Danish, Greek, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish and European Portuguese.
- Voiceover for European Spanish, Italian, and Korean has been added.
- A new Forza EV Rivals event has been added.
- Co-op mode has been added to Horizon Stories.
- Added TAA option when playing on PC.
- Various stability and performance improvements.
- Fixed an issue where the hood and bumper camera was too dark at sunset and at night.
In addition to these additions, various bugs that could affect photo mode, daily challenge progress, car performance, and some online modes, among others, have also been fixed.
A driving title not to be missed
“Symptoms of exhaustion can be seen after three similar games, but of course it’s no longer the same one that has been the benchmark of the genre for several years, trap us for tens or hundreds of hours on their highwaysand stay permanently installed on our consoles or PC because there is always an excuse to come back (in the form of events, new content, or simply to rediscover a dream setting) alone or with friends”, we concluded. in our review of Forza Horizon 5.
Forza Horizon 5 is the next installment in Microsoft’s open-world driving saga. The title, which is coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC, will be set in Mexico and will have a weather system that will include everything from light dust storms to stronger tropical storms and other types of large and climatic massive events. In addition to new gameplay information, The Eliminator and Super 7 modes will be back. Forza Horizon 5 will also have a set of tools that will allow us to create our own races, game modes and experiences. Everything will be customizable, even the fundamental rules, making this new installment in the saga the most fun, accessible and varied.