As if it wasn't already enough for Forza Horizon 5 to fill its world with countless events, races, challenges, and secrets, Playground Games' open-world racer also features several player houses scattered across the map. These homes are safe havens for players, letting them customize their cars, characters, and more while away from the already numerous Festival Sites. FH5 features seven different player houses for players to find and obtain, with each one being unique in its own way.
With so many houses to find and obtain, collecting them all can be a daunting task. Here's what you need to know about the player houses in Forza Horizon 5.
What is Forza Horizon 5?
The Forza Horizon franchise is a long-running series of open-world racers, culminating in the epic and grandiose Forza Horizon 5 from Playground Games and Xbox Game Studios. To an almost unbelievable degree, Forza Horizon 5 expands upon its predecessor with its largest and most diverse map yet and a car list that includes hundreds upon hundreds of the world's best vehicles and automobiles.
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Improvements don't stop there, however, as Forza Horizon 5 proves it's not just another racing game by including innumerable improvements to inclusivity, accessibility, creativity, and much more. This game is frankly absurdly huge, to the point where it features seven individual houses for players to acquire and use throughout their time in-game.
Forza Horizon 5 is already slated to be one of the best Xbox racing games ever, and is available to preorder ahead of its release date on Nov. 9, 2021 (Nov. 5 for those who preorder the Premium Edition).
When it releases, FH5 will be available on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox Cloud Gaming.What are player houses in Forza Horizon 5?
Forza Horizon 5 features a ton of ways to upgrade, tune, customize, and view your cars and car collection, as well as personalize your in-game character's face, hair, prosthetics, pronouns, clothing, and accessories. All of this and more can be done through one of the seven Horizon Festival Sites scattered throughout the world, but players can also obtain another way to accomplish these tasks and show off their proficiency at FH5: player houses.
According to Forza Horizon 5's Achievements list, there are a total of seven player houses in FH5, each of which will look unique and require different methods of unlocking. Since there's an Achievement and bragging rights on the line in exchange for acquiring all of these houses, players are undoubtedly going to be on the lookout for how to accomplish exactly that.
If you're more practical, Forza Horizon 5's houses don't provide too much benefit beyond having yet more places around the map to fast travel and do Festival-related tasks. That being said, just those two perks are at least worth having a few houses here and there. We'll continue to update this guide as we find and unlock more houses ourselves.Where is every player house in Forza Horizon 5?
With seven player houses around the Forza Horizon 5 rendition of Mexico, it's understandably not immediately obvious where every home is located. We'll be sure to update this guide with every house we find and obtain in Forza Horizon 5, starting with the first (free) house that's gifted to players at the beginning of the game.
Here's every player house and where it's located in Forza Horizon 5.Casa Bella
Every player will be gifted one player house at some point during the beginning of the game, and it's the turning point beyond which players typically have complete unfettered access to the world and its campaign. The house, known as "Casa Bella," is an adorable and modest affair adorned with a bright pastel pink and an incredibly charming boxy design. Honestly, I'd be happy to live here in the real world, and it looks incredible in Forza Horizon 5.
The house is located in the town of Mulegé, and is pretty easy to find. Fortunately, you won't have to look too hard to find it. once you reach the first Horizon Adventure chapter, which happens after you complete the first Showdown and complete some Accolades (for finishing races, taking pictures, exploring, and more), Ramiro will invite you to Mulegé to begin the next chapter of your journey.
You'll be directed to head straight here, and then Ramiro will generously gift you Casa Bella. Afterward, you'll be able to return to Casa Bella whenever you want and take advantage of all its functions, including checking out your car and character outside (which might make for some great pictures!).
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