Playground Games confirmed quite a curiosity. Forza Horizon 5 is the first installment in the series that was created from scratch with the Xbox Game Pass in mind. The creators, having the confidence of a large audience, could properly plan their work.
Xbox Game Pass reportedly has about 30 million users, so Playground Games and all Microsoft teams, after throwing a large AAA game into the service, can be sure that the title will enjoy great popularity.
Mike Brown, Playground Games Creative Director, confirmed that his team realized he was “creating a game for Game Pass,” so the developers decided to build the project in an interesting way.
The developers of Forza Horizon 5 are aware of the huge number of recipients, so they focused on content that we will be able to perform with friends. The creators know that new missions or new challenges will encourage drivers who can return to production, where their friends will always be – the title is to be driven by new content focused on cooperation.
Forza Horizon 5 will also be developed through a number of smaller activities that will last up to a week – the short-term development perspective will ensure that we will always enter production with new challenges.
Mike Brown suggested that a festival built on weekly updates is the better option considering Game Pass as players are more likely to come back to the title.