The Goliath is the final race you will partake in during the Forza Horizon 5 campaign, and it represents one of the longest tracks in the history of the Forza Horizon series, with an impressive 55 km circuit lap.
While definitely quite challenging, it will pose a real treat for Forza Horizon fans who enjoy accepting these kinds of challenges, but in order to get to the racing part, we first need to learn how to access the Goliath race in Forza Horizon 5.
If you don't know where is the Goliath in Forza Horizon 5, read on, as we will explain everything you need to know about the Goliath race.
Forza Horizon 5: How to unlock Goliath race
As we've mentioned previously, the Goliath is the ultimate chapter of the Horizon Festival Mexico event, the last one you will be able to unlock, and thus it requires that you have completed all the previous main events, as well as all the races in this event, including the following:
- Welcome to Mexico
- On a wing and a prayer
This is an insanely long race, which takes place throughout the whole map of the game, giving you a chance to once again enjoy all the beautiful sights Forza Horizon 5 has to offer.
It will not be all sightseeing and relaxing though, as this is the toughest race in the game, so get ready for some serious palm sweating. You will need to be laser-focused and fast if you are planning on winning the Goliath, so make sure to pick up some of the fastest cars in Forza Horizon 5.
Winning will definitely be worth the effort, as you will receive a number of rewards such as the "Long Gone" achievement, the "I can go the distance" accolade, and many more. And of course, the biggest reward of them all - bragging rights about beating the longest and hardest race in the history of racing games.
And if you want to exploit FH5 to level up quickly and hit the max rank, we've heard that there is a certain Goliath glitch abuse that lets players farm XP while being AFK.
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