It’s a bit hard to believe we just passed the two year anniversary of the release of FH5, but here we are. Seems like it wasn’t that long ago we were watching the launch trailers in anticipation of the next iteration to hit our screens & speculating on what the cover car would be
Fast forward two years & here we are. Through the highs & lows, debates & debacles, successes & failures, enjoyments & frustrations, if you are reading this, then you are at least still engaged to some degree, which is good.
To that point, I’d like to send out a personal thank you to this community for all the positive support, friendships, camaraderie & spirit that is really the foundation of this franchise for me. Sure there have been some rough spots, not everyone agrees or has stuck around & many have unfortunately left for a variety of reasons, including negativity & the usual internet, faceless behavior, which is unfortunate, but I think overall it has been mostly positive.
I initially thought about turning this into a poll, but I think we can all agree we’ve had our fair share of polls & their effectiveness is often brought into question. So instead, thought it might be good to just open it up to a discussion on your current thoughts on the game, why you’re still here & where you think we’re going.
For me, I would consider myself a dedicated player obviously, but with RL always getting in the way, I’m typically just a weekend warrior. Despite that, I was surprised to see I’m quickly approaching 2500hrs in game (somewhat embarrassed to share that actually )
My time is now mostly spent on the weekly “new car points” diet, new designs, some tuning & running various Rivals events for something to do.
I’ve seen some other discussions about the value of the game in terms of return on investment & I have to say the game (for me at least) has been worth every penny considering that amount of play time it offers. There’s almost an endless supply of things to do in this game that can keep it entertaining. I can also admit it can be conversely frustrating at times for sure, but no question I’ve gotten my money’s worth out of it.
Anyway, hopefully not TLDNR; if you stuck through it, thanks for hearing me out. I invite you to share your thoughts on this milestone & what you think of the game at this point. Opinions are, of course, always welcome, just please try to keep it respectful as always. So enough said. Ready? ¡GO!