Los Cabos is one of the scenarios of the popular game Forza Horizon that in its version 5 has just been released this week in versions for Xbox X/S Series, Xbox One, and PC.

For those who have not yet been able to visit the trendy destination, Forza Horizon 5 will allow them, at least virtually, as described in the available scenarios option, to tour "the Los Cabos Arch, located on the southern tip of the Baja California Sur peninsula. It looks like a Triceratops drinking water. The Arch separates the Gulf of California from the Pacific Ocean.

The reviews of the experts who have been able to play the betas, or of the gamers who recently acquired it, highlight the quality of the graphics, with which the player will be able to travel on four wheels and at full speed through the most paradisiacal places in Mexico such as Guanajuato, the Mayan Riviera and of course the beaches of Baja California Sur, which now also become a virtual destination for the lovers of Microsoft's console.

The realistic graphics were achieved after taking thousands of photographs and ultra-high definition videos of the places in Mexico that were captured in Forza Horizon 5, explained Playground Games' creative director, Mike Brown.

The Forza Horizon series began in 2012, with the release for Xbox 360, and since then its installments have featured locations in the United States, France, Italy, Australia, among other countries.