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How to Unlock Buenas Vistas in Forza Horizon 5

Here's a breakdown of how to unlock the Buenas Vistas house in Forza Horizon 5.
Here's a breakdown of how to unlock the Buenas Vistas house in Forza Horizon 5. / Image courtesy of Playground Games

How to unlock the Buenas Vistas Player House in Forza Horizon 5, is something that many are wondering about at the moment as more players continue to dive into Playground Game's latest open-world racer for the first time.

With Forza Horizon 5 being a game that invites players to explore a huge map located in Mexico, it's safe to say that aside from taking in the breathtaking views, many will quickly want to figure out how to use the fast-travel mechanic to save time between races. Thankfully, the fast-travel system is indeed unlocked when one successfully acquires the Buenas Vistas house. Here's a breakdown of how to unlock the Buenas Vistas house in Forza Horizon 5.

How to Unlock Buenas Vistas in Forza Horizon 5

The Buenas Vistas house is one of seven Player Houses that are unlockable in Forza Horizon 5.

Ultimately, all of the houses can be unlocked solely by purchasing them, which is only available after players complete a specific objective for each.

Located on a beautiful beach in the region west of Dunas Blancas, the Buenas Vistas house is the second-most expensive property in Forza Horizon 5 at 2,000,000 Credits and is only up for sale to those who have finished the first Street Racing expedition in the main campaign, Guanajuato.

As alluded to earlier, the Buenas Vistas property is especially sought after since it comes with the Fast Travel perk, which allows players to instantly travel to any road on the map. Additionally, purchasing the Buenas Vistas also rewards players with two Super Wheelspins as well.

However, it is important to point out that initially, each Fast Travel will cost players 10,000 CR to pull off.

In order to lower the price on fast travelling, and even make it free altogether, players will need to destroy the fast travel billboards scattered across the map as small lightning bolts. There are 50 of these in total, and each one players destroy will knock down the price of each Fast Travel by 200 credits.

For more on Forza Horizon 5, feel free to check out our coverage of the Nov. 17 patch notes.