Treasure Hunt Forza Horizon 5 Lucky Skills Treasure Location

In our Forza Horizon 5 Lucky Skills Treasure Hunt treasure location, we’re going to show you where to find the treasure chest, which is really the hardest part of the challenge. It’s in the middle of nowhere, so you might end up doing laps around the map trying to find it. That is, once you manage to do the wreckage challenge to unlock the chest in the first place, which we’ll also explain in this guide.

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treasure hunt forza horizon 5 lucky skills treasure location
Treasure Hunt Forza Horizon 5 Lucky Skills Treasure Location

Where to Find Treasure – Forza Horizon 5 Lucky Skills Treasure Hunt

To find the treasure in the Lucky Skills Forza Horizon 5 treasure hunt, you need to go to the vicinity of Valle De Las Ranas, not that far from where the Eliminator Battle Royale is happening at the moment. You need to go into among the many upright rocks in the area, to the top of a small hill, which is where the treasure chest will be waiting for you. Granted, it is a little difficult to describe the location in words, since it’s in the middle of nowhere and lacks easy-to-spot landmarks. So, just go ahead and check out out screenshots below to see exactly where you need to go. That’ll save all of us a lot of headaches. Once there, just drive through the chest to break it and get your reward.

Before you go to the location of the treasure chest of the Lucky Skills treasure hunt in Forza Horizon 5, you first need to earn it, as it were. The first step of the hunt is to actually cause a bunch of damage with a Nissan GT-R. You can see the one we used in the screenshot below. Just be sure that you’re using the correct car before you go and start causing wreckage. The text of the challenge makes it all seem more complicated than it needs to be; just get into a Nissan GT-R and stack up the wreckage points until the game tells you to stop. Then, drive over to Valle De Las Ranas and the little hill where your treasure chest is awaits your arrival.

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