Forza Horizon 5 File Size Revealed for Xbox, PC

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Forza Horizon 5 has finally concluded development and is all set for worldwide release. The latest iteration of Forza is going to be released on November 9, bringing back older racing modes like Road Racing Series, Cross Country Series, Dirt Racing Series, Drag Strip, and Showcase. With fans eagerly waiting for the big day, Pre-loads have already shown the total File Size required for Forza Horizon 5.

FH5 will stay exclusive to Xbox and PC, featuring several new rides, including the 2020 Ford Super Duty F-450 DRW, the 1991 Jaguar Sport XJR-15, and even the 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S. Moreover, Forzavista and Raytracing would also help in creating an all-around immersive driving experience.

What is the Game File Size for Forza Horizon 5

With the game less than a fortnight away, fans should be clearing up disk space for the preloads. Forza games have a history of large file sizes due to providing top-notch Graphics and a plethora of terrains and cars for the players to indulge in.

Game File Size

The File Size for Forza Horizon 5 varies by platform but is more or less around the 100 GB mark. Here are the specific Fize Sizes for each platform:

  • Xbox Series X: 103GB
  • PC: 103GB
  • Xbox One File Size: 116GB

Although the official release date for the game is November 9, players can pick up Forza Horizon 5 Premium Edition to get access to the game 4 days prior.

Pre-Load Forza Horizon 5

If you’re willing to play the game as soon as it releases, we would recommend to pre-load it before the release date. Although it’s quite possible that the Day One Update may cause a roadblock for the players, you would still have a headstart of about 100 GBs.

To preload the game, pre-purchase the game on your specific platform:

Next, all you’re left to do is go to your respective game library and Pre-install the game. You will be able to start the game as soon as the launch date arrives!

We would also recommend keeping some precautionary room in that hard drive in case the Day One Update is larger than expected. Facing problems with the preload? Comment below and we’ll try to help out!

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