The Forza Horizon 5 Series 9 It’s been available for just over a week now. But aside from the new cars and modifications, there is one thing that is not mentioned in the developer notes and that seems to play a major role in the driving, and that is the physics of the car.
Forza Horizon 5 physics completely turned upside down
The community quickly noticed that something had changed in behavior while nothing was specified in the update patch notes. However, the physics of the new vehicles look very different from what we are used to.
The video below is self-explanatory and shows how easy it is to flip or rotate it around corners. In all likelihood, cars are more likely to roll or slide around corners, whether on asphalt or off-road. We also notice more speed loss than before during tight turns.
In general, cars with a higher center of gravity (such as a jeep) are most affected by these behavioral changes, and it appears to be an opportunity to achieve better lap times in off-road racing. You know what you have left to do!
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