How to Get Forzathon Points in Forza Horizon 5

How to Get Forzathon Points in Forza Horizon 5

Forza Horizon 5 by Playground Games has been out for almost two weeks, and players have been having a blast racing and drifting around the map of Mexico. Of course, players will want to get their hands on some Forzathon Points to spend on items like swanky cars and fashionable clothes in the Forzathon Shop, just like in previous Forza titles.

The question is, how do you acquire these points in the first place? Here’s a guide to help you accomplish the same.

How to Get Forzathon Points in Forza Horizon 5

How to Get Forzathon Points in Forza Horizon 5?

Thankfully, there are a variety of ways to earn Forzathon Points, and it’s not a difficult process.

All players have to do is complete the daily and weekly festival playlist challenges, which can be found in the ‘Campaign’ menu under the ‘Festival Playlist’ tab.

Points earned from these challenges are applied to the Forzathon Shop, as well as the Weekly and Monthly Playlists.

Participate in the ‘Photography Challenges’ and ‘Horizon Arcade Event’ that appear throughout the map to earn points.

What Can You Purchase Using Forzathon Points?

How to Get Forzathon Points in Forza Horizon 5

You can spend all of your Forzathon points on that fancy-looking car you’ve had your eye on, or you can spend them on cosmetics for your current sweet ride.

You can also get Super Wheelspins, Credits boosts, or simply dress up in the best clothes available. All of these items can be purchased at the Forzathon Shop with Forzathon Points.

Well, that’s all we have here about how you can get Forzathon points in Forza Horizon 5 (FH5). We hope this guide helped you.

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Noah Aronofsky

I’m a freelance content writer who (surprise!) kind of has a thing for tech. When I’m not working on guides for Make Tech Quick, you can probably find me somewhere in Teyvat, Novigrad, or Whiterun. Unless I’m feeling competitive, in which case you should try Erangel.

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