Forza 5 On Top of the World Treasure Hunt, Break the Stone Door

Another Thursday, another Treasure Hunt in Forza Horizon 5. This time around, players are tasked with a mysterious clue that says “Anything can break the Stone Door with a 3 Star rating”. What does this mean, and how to complete the “On Top of the World” treasure hunt challenge? Read on to find out how to finish this week’s treasure hunt in Forza Horizon 5 on May 12th, 2022.

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Forza 5 On Top of the World Treasure Hunt, Break the Stone Door

Top of the World Treasure Hunt Forza Horizon 5 Break Stone Door with 3 Star Rating

Weekly Treasure Hunt challenges in Forza Horizon 5 are some of the most exciting content in Playground’s racing game. Not only that they provide awesome rewards, but can often be quite puzzling if you are not sure what the given clue means. If you don’t understand what you are tasked to do, worry not, that’s why are we here.

This week’s treasure hunt is a Trailblazer challenge, which you need to complete with a 3 Star rating. What you need to do is to go to the Puerta Petrea Trailblazer stargate, and complete that Trailblazer challenge with at least 25 seconds left on the lock (or more). That will net you a 3-Star rating.

There are no restrictions in terms of which cars you want to use, that’s all up to you. All you need to do is to complete the Puerta Petrea Trailblazer challenge with at least 25 seconds left. It sounds easy, but it can actually be tricky to do it if you are not particularly good at Trailblazer challenges.

Once you finally complete the challenge, the treasure chest reward will be revealed to you. The treasure chest will be located at the top of the La Gran Volcano. Use fast travel to get there quickly, and collect your chest. And that’s it, the Treasure Hunt is completed! Have fun and enjoy your rewards!

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