Forza Horizons 5 - Red Dead Redemption

There’s a ton of talent in the Forza Horizon custom content community, and that hasn’t changed with Forza Horizon 5. In fact, I was kind of surprised by the sheer variety of paint jobs and tunes that are already available, considering the game’s technically not even out yet (though Premium owners got access to the game on November 5, and reviewers got the game at some point before that). I assume that some of these are carryovers from FH4

Whenever you purchase a new auto in the game, it’s always worth, at the very least, browsing through custom paint jobs to see if anything strikes your fancy. If you really want to get wild, you can dig even further and start looking at tunes. By “tunes” I mean tune-ups, where you can download the exact specifications of someone else’s tuning job, including custom parts and all (you do have to pay extra for the custom parts, I should add).

When I decided to pick up the Alumi Craft Class 10 Race Car for my collection, I came upon this beauty:

Forza Horizon 5 - Red Dead Redemption

It’s no secret that I’ve spent a lot of time with Red Dead Redemption 2, so this was right up my alley. It features the RDR2 logo on the side, and my main man Arthur Morgan is prominently featured on the hood (he shows up again on a panel on the back of the vehicle).

And I have to say, cruising around in the desert with this thing just feels right. Though Forza Horizon 5 is set in the modern day instead of the 1800s, the Red Dead design feels like a perfect match for the desert environment. And since Red Dead Redemption 2 doesn’t include Mexico (for whatever reason), it’s kind of nice to bring a little RDR2 across the border.

This design comes from user SnakeEyes Friex, and the Share Code is 111 717 847 in case you want to apply it to your own buggy.

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SnakeEyes Friex
1 year ago

Thanks for this awesome review of my livery 🙃

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