The Forza Horizon 5 Series9 Available for over a week now. But apart from the new cars and modifications, there is one thing that is not mentioned in the developer specifications, and still plays a key role in driving, and that is automotive physics.
The physics of Forza Horizon 5 were completely reversed
While none of the patch notes of the update were mentioned, the community quickly noticed that something had changed in behavior. Still, the new automotive physics seems to be completely different from what we are used to.
The video below is very self explanatory and now shows how easy it is to flip or rotate corners. In all likelihood, cars are more likely to roll over on the asphalt or off the road or slip around corners. We also notice a higher speed loss than before during tight turns.
Overall, high-gravity cars (such as the Jeep) are more susceptible to these behavioral changes, and this seems like an opportunity to achieve better lap time in off-road racing. You know what you need to do!
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