Forza 5 Money Pit Treasure Hunt, Experimental Project Number 5

If you want to know how to complete the Forza 5 Money Pit Treasure Hunt, you’ve come to the right place. In the world of Forza 5 fans, Thursday means only one thing – a new treasure hunt! And for November 24th, the clue reads as follows: “The Experimental Project – Number 5 Needs 10,000 Upgrades”. What does this mean, and what will you need to do in order to finish this week’s treasure hunt? Read on as we explain how to complete the Money Pit Treasure Hunt and collect your chest with rewards.

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Forza 5 Money Pit Treasure Hunt, Experimental Project Number 5

Forza Horizon 5 Money Pit Treasure Hunt, The Experimental Project – Number 5 Needs 10,000 Upgrades

It’s that time of the week – it’s Treasure Hunt time in Forza Horizon 5! For this week, it’s called “Money Pit” and it comes with a clue that says. “The Experimental Project – Number 5 Needs 10,000 Upgrades”. Quite mysterious this time around. However, we wouldn’t write this article if we don’t know the solution. So, what do we need to do? As always, there are two steps. First, we see which vehicle will we need to use. Second, we deduce what challenges will we need to complete.

For the car, any Mazda MX-5 model will do. The treasure clue picture shows the 1994 Mazda MX-5 Miata so that one is the safest bet, but we think that any MX-5 will do the trick. Now, when it comes to the challenge, this time around, it’s not about racing. Rather, it’s about spending. The solution for the Money Pit Treasure Hunt is to spend 10,000 in-game credits on any Mazda MX-5 model in Forza Horizon 5. Simply select any Mazda MX-5 model. Then head to the Upgrades and Tuning menu. And there spend 10,000+ Credits on anything you like. It just needs to be for this model.

Once you do that, the Money Pit Treasure Hunt will be completed, and the chest will appear on the map. Head there to grab your rewards and enjoy! In case, you are not sure where the treasure is, check out our images! With that said, our guide is completed.

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