Forza Horizon 5 is expected to pass through Mexico, according to trusted figures in the gaming industry.
An important claim has been made regarding Forza Horizon 5, which is expected to be unveiled at this summer’s E3 2021 event. Jeff Grubb, a trusted figure in the gaming industry, said the new Forza Horizon game could be released in Mexico.
If you recall, Jez Corden of Windows Central recently tweeted that he wanted to go to Mexico. Corden, who also added a car emoji to the post, was said to have pointed to Forza Horizon 5.
Corden’s pointless tweet thrilled Forza fans, with Jeff Grubb responding. Quoting Corden’s tweet, Grubb said he was again studying Spanish irrelevantly.
I'm doing my Duolingo Spanish lessons as well.— Jeff Grubb (@JeffGrubb) April 24, 2021
el coche va vroom https://t.co/14xkqZy6PL
As the cast tried to make sense of the conversation between the two, Grubb addressed the underlying truth of his interesting conversation with Corden on the show Iron Lord. Grubb stated that his conversation with Corden was about Forza Horizon 5, and indirectly confirmed that the new Forza Horizon game will be set in Mexico.
Of course, for now, there has been no official statement from the Microsoft front. But a report in recent weeks claimed the new game would be held in Japan. However, with the information later shared, it turned out that these allegations did not reflect the truth.