Forza Horizon 5: How to Unlock the Goliath Event

Forza Horizon 5 features a carefully curated playlist of main events to tackle. You'll unlock them as you play and earn Accolades, ultimately furthering the story as you do so. The Goliath event is the final event in one of the main story playlists, tasking you with driving along a huge track, lasting more than 10 minutes in total. It's a huge race that's a great way to earn XP, so you'll want to unlock it as soon as you can. Here's how to do so.

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Forza Horizon 5: How to Unlock the Goliath Event

To unlock the Goliath event you must reach the end of the Forza Festival Mainstage storyline. This is the first in a set of story missions that you can unlock using Points earned by collecting Accolades. You will first need to complete these three missions:

  • Welcome to Mexico
  • On a Wing and a Prayer
  • Vocho

Once you've done so, The Goliath will unlock. You will need to spend a Point to enter the event, so get busy earning Accolades across the map.

The Festival Mainstage story quests, culminating in the Goliath race.
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Tips on Beating The Goliath

The Goliath is purely a test of endurance. It is one of the longest races in the game, taking you all over the map. The key thing to focus on is clean driving. You need to stay on track, so simply trying to go as fast as possible won't help here. You get a decent amount of time to clear it, so make sure to break early into turns, and avoid pulling off any wild drifts. If you do lose some time, don't worry too much. Just get back on track and keep going. It's a long race, so you can still mess up a few times and hit the target time.

That's how to unlock The Goliath in Forza Horizon 5. For more on the game, be sure to check out our full breakdown of the Soundtrack. Once you're done there, visit our page on Graphics vs Performance Mode.

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