The Community Choice update is going strong as we complete the first two weeks and enter the third week as Winter goes live in the game. As the dry season kicks up, we have a new Festival Playlist filled with tons of new challenges to unlock and add two brand-new machines to our garage. One of the challenges in the list is none other than the treasure hunt which requires us to first solve the clue and then hunt down the elusive treasure chest for the booty. This Forza Horizon 5 Whipping Up A Storm Treasure Hunt Guide will help you complete this week’s challenge easily.
Whipping Up A Storm Treasure Hunt Guide – Forza Horizon 5
Just like always, we will start by analyzing the treasure clue of this week to first solve it and unlock the location of the treasure chest. The clue this week states: ‘Start the Huracán as you drive circles around Mexico!’. This clue is accompanied by a picture of a 2014 Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4 doing some donuts. With that said, solving the clue is fairly simple because all you need to do to solve the clue is get in a 2014 Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4 and do some donuts.
There is no location requirement so all you need is a Lamborghini Huracán, pick your favorite location and let it rip. Complete a few donuts and you will see the notification appear that you have solved the clue. Once this appears, you can head to the location marked below to find the treasure chest. This week, the treasure chest is sitting in Guanajuato.
Once you arrive at the location above, you will find the chest near the Stadium. Simply smash through the chest and you will complete the challenge. As a reward for completion, you will get 250,000 CR and 3 Points towards the Festival Playlist completion.
That is all for this guide. If you need help with this week’s photo challenge, check out our dedicated Forza Horizon 5 BeachSavvy Photo Challenge Guide. For additional guides, check out our dedicated Forza Horizon 5 Guides section.
This concludes our Forza Horizon 5 Whipping Up A Storm Treasure Hunt Guide. If you want to add anything to this guide, feel free to use the comments section below.