There is a lot of stuff to do in Forza Horizon 5, and we’re not just talking races. While you will very rarely find yourself outside of a car, that doesn’t mean we can’t at least tour a few ruins! The Tulum Expedition is one of the more interesting expeditions in FH5. You’re going through some ruins and taking some pictures while going around in your car. One of the targets for your camera is the Jade Statue, which you’ll need to find to progress your quest. So, let’s explore Tulum a bit!
Where to Find the Jade Statue in Forza Horizon 5
The Jade Statue is located in the northwest part of Tulum during the Forza Horizon 5 Tulum Expedition. If you follow the road around the expedition site, the statue can be found right off the world, after two large structures. It has some wooden poles around it, as if to stabilize, and rests in a grassy bed on ground level. You’ll need to go into Picture mode and snap a picture of the statue to continue the quest objectives.
Photo Mode is required in most of your expeditions, and is nice to have handy in case something catches your eye. By default, you activate photo mode by pressing up on the D-pad (or P for keyboard). Then you can guide the picture with your stick and take a picture with the A button (or enter for keyboard) to snap the pic.
Once you take a picture of the Jade Statue, you’ll likely need to take a picture of the Golden one. Head to the southeast part of the exploration zone. Specifically, head east and then south; you’re going to want to be above the small lip that keeps you in the expedition. The Golden Statue is protected with wooden poles, and is settled right next to a large monument.
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.