Daredevil Forza Horizon 5 How to Get Daredevil Skills

If you need to know how to get the Daredevil skill in FH5, you’ve come to the right place. Figuring this out is going to be advantageous for you in more ways than one; specifically, there’s a Weekly Challenge that requires getting this skill, among other things. Pulling this off is not too hard, even if it might require you to try and get it a few times. We’ll cover all you need to know in our Daredevil Forza Horizon 5 How to Get Daredevil Skills guide.

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daredevil forza horizon 5 how to get daredevil skills
Daredevil Forza Horizon 5 How to Get Daredevil Skills

How to Get Daredevil Skills Forza Horizon 5

To get the Daredevil skill in Forza Horizon 5, you need to get three Near Misses in quick succession. That’s the short of it. The long of it is a bit more complicated. Basically, there are two things you need to pull this of: a car that can go really fast, as in way over 100 MPH (as you can see above, we were at almost 295 KMH, which is about 184 MPH), and a long stretch of straight road with cars on it. So, let’s break it down step by step, shall we?

Obviously, we can’t really tell you which one to use, because that will depend entirely on your current needs. For example, we did it in a Ferrari 488 Pista, because that’s the requirement for this week’s Weekly Challenge. Once you’ve chosen your car, turn on Horizon Solo so that you get plenty of AI-controlled cars on the roads. If the traffic doesn’t show up, go offline or, worst case scenario, restart the game. Next t o get the Daredevil skills in Forza Horizon 5 or FH5, find a long, straight, relatively wide stretch of road. You’ll need plenty of room to maneuver properly.

Now, what you want to do is score three Great Near Misses or better in a row. That means that you’ll have to come as close as possible to three cars without actually hitting them. The closer you are, the better you will do and the more points you’ll get. It might take a bit of practice, but it’s nothing too difficult. Good luck!

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