Forza 5 Practical Metal Treasure Hunt

It’s Thursday, and you know what that means. That’s right, it’s time for another Forza Horizon 5 Treasure Hunt! As you know, these challenges are some of the most fun – but also frequently puzzling – activities you can do in FH5. This is because you first need to figure out exactly what you need to do. For example, this time around, your clue is “Copper wins in electric conductivity and is used across country”. Which isn’t a lot to go on. So, if you are unsure how to complete this challenge, our Forza 5 Practical Metal Treasure Hunt guide is here to help.

Forza 5 Practical Metal Treasure Hunt
Forza 5 Practical Metal Treasure Hunt

How to Complete the Practical Metal Treasure Hunt in Forza Horizon 5

The “Copper” part of the description for this Treasure Hunt refers to the Extreme E Copper Prix II Challenge. And the “wins” means that you need to win the first race in this Challenge – the Copper Canyon Cross Country – in order to unlock the location of the Treasure Chest for this Treasure Hunt. So, select an Extreme E vehicle (an electric car) and come in first place in the Copper Canyon Cross Country race. After your win, the game will notify you that the treasure chest has been unlocked and that you can now collect it. But first you need to find it. A large red area has been marked east of Hotel Castillo Santa Cecilia. But to save you the time you would have needed to spend driving around this area looking for it, we have marked the exact spot where you need to go.

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Forza 5 Practical Metal Treasure Hunt Treasure Chest Location
Forza 5 Practical Metal Treasure Hunt Treasure Chest Location

So drive to this location and then go off-road to the marked spot and you will find the Treasure Chest there. Drive directly into it to open the chest and complete the FH5 Practical Metal Treasure Hunt challenge.

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