Forza Horizon 5 is one of the most immersive arcade driving experiences in the video game industry, and with a wealth of content, and the Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels expansion that was released earlier this summer on July 19, where 10 new cars were added to the high-octane racing experience.
Something that we find quite curious is that, these additions included models like the 2018 Chevrolet Hot Wheels COPO Camaro, the 2000 Hot Wheels Deora II and the 2021 Hennessey Venom F5. This additional package gave racers much more content than they expected, and from the hand of the popular Hot Wheels expansion, which is already an icon among the franchise.
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The expansion also introduced players to the Horizon Hot Wheels Park, a map set in the clouds floating above the Forza Horizon 5 map of Mexico. All that glitters is not gold, though. While the Horizon Hot Wheels Park track offers a great setting, Wolfslash16 recently found a bug that completely ruins the immersion.
According to the player, a glitch related to Forza Horizon 5’s rewind feature caused them to leave the Hot Wheels themed map. The video below shows the user falling in the air for about 30 seconds before hitting the Mexico map and then falling through it to boot.
It’s unknown what causes this particular Hot Wheels DLC error, but this isn’t the first time players have reported issues with Forza Horizon 5’s rewind option. In December 2021, users on the Forza Community forums mentioned the inability to rewind more than once. A few weeks later, someone on Reddit claimed that the feature wasn’t working as expected on console.
We should mention that, those rewind-related glitches continue to plague the latest Forza Horizon entry. Hopefully, problems in the Hot Wheels expansion won’t be too widespread, as falling out of play areas won’t be a common occurrence.