Strike Gold Forza 5, Smash Golden Trophies in Club De Opalo De Fuego

In our Strike Gold Forza 5, Smash Golden Trophies in Club De Opalo De Fuego guide, we are going to show you how to complete this challenge. Granted, the system we’re going to show you is not exactly “proper,” but hey, it’s just creative use of the mechanics the game provides. Plus, we’ll show you where the Golden Trophies are, so you can do it “right” if you want to. Let’s dive in.

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Strike Gold Forza 5, Smash Golden Trophies in Club De Opalo De Fuego

Strike Gold Forza Horizon 5 Smash 20 Golden Trophies in Club De Opalo De Fuego

To complete the Forza Horizon 5 Strike Gold challenge, you have to smash 20 Golden Trophies in Club de Opalo de Fuego, as you’ve probably already gathered by now. So, the first step is to figure out where these are. We’ll show you exactly where you need to go in the screenshot below. It’s the general area along the road leading to the southeast from the club. Not the one that goes along the coast, the other one. Again, just take a look at the map below. Just be sure to go there in a solo game, so that you can use the rewind feature. Yes, it’s one of those.

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Golden Trophy locations (click to zoom in)

So, the next step to smash 20 Golden Trophies in Club de Opalo de Fuego in the Forza Horizon 5 Strike Gold quest is to find one of them, once you get there. That shouldn’t be too big of a problem, since these trophies are huge. You can see what they look like in the screenshot up top. Run over that trophy, then rewind. Smash it again, then rewind. Rinse and repeat until you’ve destroyed the same trophy twenty times, and you’re good to go. I mean, you can drive around and smash all twenty the “right” way, but personally, I prefer doing it like this. Obviously, it’s up to you. Either way, we’ve shown you where to go; you can take it from there.

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