Forza Horizon 5 Sky Jump Challenge | How to Complete

Forza Horizon 5 Sky Jump Challenge - How to Complete

There are some challenges in Forza Horizon 5 that ask you to break the limits of the game. Be it speed limits or sending yourself to the moon, you can have some fun with these things. And there’s more than just a title waiting for you! If you’re looking to gather some points with your achievement, then completing the Sky Jump can get you some big bucks. So, let’s figure out where and how you can get this very fun and funny achievement for yourself.

How to Complete the Sky Jump Challenge in Forza Horizon 5

How to Complete the Sky Jump Challenge in Forza Horizon 5

The Forza Horizon 5 Sky Jump challenge can be completed at the Runway Danger Sign. This sign is at the southwest of the map. You can drive a very fast car with high acceleration from the building at the back of the runway all the way up the ramp itself. Do this with a fast enough vehicle and you’ll get the achievement without much effort at all!

This might be the easiest way to get the distance that you’re looking for, but it suffers just a bit from needing a very fast car! Your car needs to be tooled out for acceleration and top speed. Make sure to tune your vehicle correctly for this challenge. You may need to get a new car that is specifically built for this kind of top speed challenge, since you won’t be wanting to spend too much on turning for this.

By far the best car for this challenge is the Koenigsegg Jesko, which can pump 300+ mph on and off the runway. Seriously, get this car! It’ll make this challenge simple. Because it is so fast, it is also worthwhile as a general investment.

The runway is useful for a lot of basic challenges. Sky Jump is the most relevant by far, though. It is at the bottom of the map, on the western part of the peninsula. Once you find it the first time – it is kind of in the middle of nowhere – you probably won’t forget it again. This is a great place to test out cars for speed.

If you love Forza 5, check out our guide to the hammer mountain!

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.