Drift Zones Forza Horizon 5 - How to Unlock Drift Zones

The matter of how to unlock Forza Horizon 5 drift zones is something that a number of players have been asking about. After all, who doesn’t want to drive through a whole track doing nothing but drifting as much as possible? It’s fun! Well, as it turns out, to get to the drift zones, you have to complete a few things first. We’ll explain everything in this guide.

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Drift Zones Forza Horizon 5 – How to Unlock Drift Zones

How to Unlock Forza Horizon 5 Drift Zones

To unlock drift zones in Forza Horizon 5, the first thing you need to do is get earn enough Accolade points to unlock a new Adventure Chapter. The game will flash a message on the screen when you can do that, so don’t worry about missing the opportunity. Next, go into the Horizon Adventure menu and unlock the Canyon Expedition mission in the Horizon Rush PR Stunts set of adventures. The mission is really simple to complete; just do the steps they tell you to on the left side of the screen, and you’ll do just fine.

Once you finish the Canyon Expedition mission, you’ll unlock a bunch of new stuff, among which are the drift zones. From that point on, just open the map and go into the filters section and select drift zones. Find the one you want to play and go for it. That’s how you unlock Forza Horizon 5 drift zones, and if you’re wondering what they are, allow me to bring you up to speed. They’re tracks where you don’t race, but rather you have to drift as much as you possibly can to get the highest score.

If you’re having trouble with any of the steps we’ve laid out, take a look at our video below for extra assistance. Also, if there’s something else bothering you in the game, feel free to peruse our other Forza Horizon 5 guides. Among other stuff, we’ve written articles like How to Get XP Boards on the Roof, How to Get XP Board on Plane Wing, and How to Fix the Convoy Not Working in FH5.

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