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How to Get Forzathon Points in Forza Horizon 5

November 18, 2021

Here’s how to bag yourself some Forzathon Points in Forza 5.

It’s been almost two weeks since Playground Games’ Forza Horizon 5 hit the shelves and since its release, players have been having the time of their lives racing and drifting around the map of Mexico.

Of course, like previous Forza titles, 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. The question is, how do you get these points to begin with?

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How to Get Forzathon Points in Forza Horizon 5

Thankfully, there are plenty of ways you can score yourself Forzathon Points and also it’s not a complex procedure. All players have to do is complete the daily as well as the weekly festival playlist challenges which are displayed in the ‘Festival Playlist’ tab when you head to the ‘Campaign’ menu.

Once you complete these challenges, points then go towards the Forzathon Shop as well as towards the Weekly and Monthly Playlists. You can also earn points by taking part in the ‘Photography Challenges’ and ‘Horizon Arcade Event’ that pops up around the map.

What can you purchase with Forzathon Points?

You can either blow all your points on that fancy looking car you have had your eye on or maybe cosmetics for your current sweet ride sounds better. You can even pick up Super Wheelspins, Credits boosts or maybe you want to look good in the best clothes available. All of these things can be bought with Forzathon Points at the Forzathon Shop.

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