Forza Horizon 5: How to Complete the #TWILIGHTSAGA Photo Challenge

Every week in Forza Horizon 5, a new set of seasonal challenges drops as the season changes. These range from new racing championships to speed Traps and Drift Zone challenges. There's usually a photo challenge thrown in for good measure like the #TWILIGHTSAGA event. This tasks players with photographing a vehicle at night, which can be a little bit tricky. Here's the fastest way to do it.

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Forza Horizon 5: How to Complete the #TWILIGHTSAGA Photo Challenge

To complete the #TWILIGHTSAGA photo challenge you will need to take a photo of any vehicle at night. This will involve you heading into photo mode and taking a snap of the car that you are driving. If it's night time then that's great, but given how short this window is each day, we've detailed a method of forcing night time to trigger below.

The Twilightsaga challenge shown in the Festival Playlist menu of Forza Horizon 5. It tasks players with snapping a photo of any vehicle at night.
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How to Take a Photo at Night

The easiest way to take a photo at night is to enter an event that takes place at night. These are often street races like the Ruta Norte event shown on the map below:

The Ruta Norte street racing event shown on the Forza Horizon 5 map. it is located in the Northwestern corner
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Just head into the event and then into photo mode. Take a photo of your car, an opponent's car, whatever you like. Once you've done so you will be taken to the Photo Challenge Rewards screen. This will let you know that you have satisfied the requirements for the challenge and give you a reward.

That's how to complete the #TWILIGHTSAGA photo challenge in Forza Horizon 5. For more on the game be sure to check out our list of the Best Drag Cars to use. Elsewhere there's our page on the Max Level and Prestige.

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