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Forza Horizon 5 It is a delight and millions of players are already racing and competing on the roads of Mexico in this new edition of the motorsport festival. However, this great installment is not without some controversy and it is that a decision made by the development team has annoyed some players who, due to coincidences in life, have a name that is considered inappropriate for historical and political reasons.
Sharing a name with a controversial historical figure is a problem in Forza Horizon 5
According to information from ComicBook, some players of Forza Horizon 5 They have complained to Playground Games about not being able to use their real names in the game. As you know, recent deliveries of Forza Horizon They allow you to put your name on the plate and the voice system will call you that, as long as it is in its database. Unfortunately, this is not the case in some curious cases such as that of one of the developers of Gotham Knights, Osama Dorias, who was unable to register his name in the game because it coincided with that of al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden.
Oh no, it appears that my name is inappropriate content. 💔
– Osama Dorias (@osamadorias) November 9, 2021
After the publication, other players of Forza Horizon 5 shared their experience, some going through a problem similar to that of the creative, such as a member of the Dutch game publisher The 4 Winds Entertainment, Nazih Fares, who also could not use his name for obvious reasons. In the same way, the name Adolf cannot be used, but other players showed that it is possible to write curses, without vowels, on the plates if the system of Forza Horizon 5 put a but.
Forza Horizon 5 available now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PC, and Game Pass. In this link you will find all the related information, as well as our written review.
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