The result of capturing nature and the region of Mexico has resulted in a map that turns out to be 50% larger than that of Forza Horizon 4. In the words of the developers, the country of Mexico itself offers spectacular diversity in its regions, so that is exactly what they have tried to capture on a map made up of a large number of different biomes in which we will experience the cold of the snow, the dense jungle, high mountains, desert and even a volcano.
Taking into account the size of the map, we are already wondering how long it will take to cross from one point to another, so we are sure that it will be one of the tests to be carried out as soon as we get behind the wheel.
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Some of the most striking areas that we can see on the map are the Great Bridge, “From another world” (does it seem to be a place related to aliens?), The great caldera (volcano), the Horizon stadium, Blue Beach, the great swamp or blue water waterfalls.
The Microsoft Flight Simulator for cars
Seeing the graphic quality and the level of detail that we can enjoy in many of the areas, the first impression we get is that we are in something similar to a Microsoft Flight Simulator of competition cars, since it is enough to approach the coast to enjoy the fantastic landscapes or cross the jungle to feel the humidity of the region. The level of detail that can be seen in every corner is absolutely incredible, and we are looking forward to driving between the areas in search of the odd secret that must be hidden among so many kilometers of terrain.
New car for the inauguration
The broadcast has also served to confirm the arrival of the Toyoya Supra GR 2020 to the game from day one, showing a spectacular appearance in the game and with the ability to add a large number of aesthetic extras with which to modify the appearance of the vehicle to our taste. As you can see, the passage through the desert and the dirtiest roads affect the body of the vehicle, leaving it ready for a good dip.