This is the longest we’ve waited for a new entry into the Forza Horizon franchise since it was introduced all the way back in 2012. It’s also the first time Horizon releases haven’t been bisected by a Motorsport entry. It’s widely known that the brilliant bods behind these games have been taking a moment to reflect and see what can be done better, following the mixed reception to 2017’s Forza Motorsport 7. Now, more than three years on from the UK-based Forza Horizon 4 and with the rebooted Motorsport presumably now a year from release, we have Forza Horizon 5. Have Playground Games learned from Turn 10’s erroneous rinse, repeat and remix tactics?