Forza 5 T-Rex On The Run Collectibles Locations

A new week and a new set of collectables for you to smash in Forza Horizon 5. This time around we are going on a good-old Dino hunting. But, if you are not particularly interested in chasing all T-Rex locations around Mexico, then we’ve got you covered. We have a workaround for you that will make the process much easier. Read on to find out how to complete the T-Rex on the run challenge in Forza Horizon 5 quickly.

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Forza 5 T-Rex On The Run Collectibles Locations

T-Rex on The Run Collectibles Forza Horizon 5

In order to finish the T-Rex on the run challenge, you will need to find and smash 15 T-Rexes all around the Mexico map. This can take you quite some time as you first need to find them. And, as we know, Mexico is quite big. For now, we know three locations where to find T-Rexs in Forza Horizon 5 – on Aerodromo behind the Danger Sign, in the temple at Ek’Balam, and at Top of the Caldera. Now, we know what you are thinking – that’s not enough, we need 12 more! And while that’s absolutely true if you want to complete the challenge as intended, you can still complete it without actually knowing all of the locations.

Some may consider this “cheating” but we are actually just exploiting one of the game’s mechanics – rewind! What you need to do is to switch to Horizon Solo and visit just one of the above locations. Once there, simply approach the T-Rex, smash it, and then use the rewind feature. This will bring both you and the T-Rex back, while also counting towards your T-Rex on the run challenge. By using this, you will be able to complete the challenge with only a single T-Rex!.No need to search for the other 14! And that’s it, the challenge is completed. Enjoy your rewards!

Forza 5 T-Rex On The Run Collectibles Locations
The Creative Tee epic top clothing is a reward for completing the T-Rex challenge
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