This new Forza Horizon 5 exploit will probably be patched out soon, so best you hear about it right now.
WIndowsCentral has reported that players can earn Super Wheelspins (the game’s loot box system that awards high CP cash payouts and rare vehicles) by purchasing a cheap vehicle from the game’s 400+ car list. Then, they can spend a few Skill Points to upgrade its Skill Tree to unlock a Super Wheelspin, after which they can buy another cheap car to repeat the process.
The cheapest car to get right now? The Willys Jeeps. They cost 40,000 CPs, which is pretty cheap considering some of the cars in the game cost 500,000 and up to the millions (like the Mercedes AMG box art car). A single Super Wheelspin can get back a lot more CPs than usual. Best of all, you can offload these cheap Jeeps by using the game’s Gifting feature where you gift the car away to random folks. Beats trying to sell it on the auction house.
Of course, this means that most of the generous gifts you’re getting in Forza Horizon 5 will be the Willys Jeep. It’s already the talk of the town on Reddit and Twitter right now.
Personally, the game already showers you with pretty awesome cars within the first two to three hours, and it’s not even a competitive game, so this doesn’t really bother me. Though I do hope developer Playground Games try to address this and limits it somehow in the near future. It’s probably ticking off some fans right now.