‘Forza Horizon 5’ Player Banned For 8,000 Years For Offensive Livery
A Forza HTML5 player was banned from creating a custom livery featuring the face of Kim Jong-un, the Supreme Leader of North Korea.
Forza Horizon5 was a celebrity. After weeks of anticipation, it arrived on the red carpet in a beautiful, simple, yet sophisticated look. It’s not too flashy. I imagine a velvet number in very dark green that draws inspiration from both historical trends and more recent ones. Although their appearance at the end was not unexpected, they looked terrific and outdid the rest of the field.
Fine. Let’s stop with the metaphors. Nearly a million people were driving down Mexico roads before the game even existed. It quickly became the most rated release of the year. It beat Disco Elysium, The House in Fata Morcha, Tetris Effect connected and Hades, all of which are excellent games in their respective ways.
Forza Horizon is now a favourite choice for people who aren’t familiar with these games. You can customize your game experience by adding new options such as your character’s voice, identity, and prosthetics. However, the best way to express your personality is through the custom livery for the cars.
With a KFC-themed livery, this player displayed a sense of humour. What’s the problem? Ah, that’s the silhouette of Kim Jong-un, the Supreme Leader of North Korea. He was dressed up as Colonel Sanders. The “send nukes” message and Pirelli logo were swapped for Pyongyang, North Korea’s capital. My friend told me that he was banned for 8000 years for one of his liveries. It seems like Turn 10 Studios doesn’t like jokes. complainedReddit user AllThingsRacing about the game’s subreddit.