What you need to know
- Forza Horizon 5 has enjoyed a ton of new content and vehicles since its launch.
- Its EventLab creation suite for players has also seen a lot of updates, but none as big as this one.
- The Horizon Creatives update will introduce EventLab 2.0 to FH5 creators with a ton of improvements.
- New props, tools, community sharing features, and a massive EventLab island with increased prop budget make EventLab far more powerful.
- Of course, the update also includes plenty of new cars and a fresh Festival Playlist.
Forza Horizon 5’s post-launch life has been incredibly healthy, with Playground Games releasing regular updates with new vehicles, fresh content, and plenty of quality-of-life improvements and bug fixes. The latest update is an incredibly exciting one especially for creators, however, as it sees Forza Horizon 5’s already-powerful EventLab become a whole lot better.
The Horizon Creatives update for Forza Horizon 5 is almost here, and it introduces EventLab 2.0, eight new cars, and new ways to customize your favorite cars. The completely free update rolls out to Xbox Series X|S, Windows PC, and Xbox Game Pass players on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023. The accompanying Festival Playlist refresh will begin on Sept. 14.
Here’s a run down of everything you need to know about the Horizon Creatives update for Forza Horizon 5:
- EventLab 2.0. The headlining feature for this update is EventLab 2.0, a major update to the EventLab creation suite that will make it easier for the community to create custom content for the game. There are plenty of new features here, including:
- The ability to save collections of props as Prefabs, which can be placed, duplicated, and manipulated as if they were single objects. Prefabs can be saved and shared with the community, and community Prefabs can be accessed straight from the builder.
- The massive EventLab Island, a 2km x 2km concrete slab with a massively increased prop budget, which can be used to create far more intricate and complex…
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