Forza Horizon 3 Danger Signs 3 Stars Guide

Forza Horizon 3 Danger Signs 3 Stars Guide

Forza Horizon 3 Danger Signs 3 Stars Guide
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Getting 3 stars on all Forza Horizon 3 Danger Signs is one of the most challenging tasks you will face while playing the racing video game developed by Playground Games for PC and Xbox One; therefore, throughout the following guide we will reveal several useful tips that should help you during the game.

The Danger Signs in Forza Horizon 3 are PR Stunts that award you fans required to unlock new Horizon Events or new Showcase Races; therefore, you will need to complete them as soon as you can.

While there is no need to get 3 stars on all Danger Signs PR Stunts, if you wish only to finish the game; if you are completionist, then you will have to work hard on these jumps, because some of them are extremely hard to beat.

Unlike the Barn Finds, Reward Boards or Beauty Spots, the locations of all Forza Horizon 3 Danger Signs are revealed by unlocking all Horizon Festivals and by upgrading them.

A Danger Sign location in Forza Horizon 3 is marked by a square icon with an exclamation mark, similar to those in the image above.

Once you find such an event, you will have to complete it by jumping as far as you can. This goal is quite accessible if you want to get one or two stars, but for 3 stars, things get really messy and your nerves will be put to a test.

Here are some of the factors that will determine the length of your jump.

The car you use for a Danger Sign PR Event is obviously the most important, and the video below shows the cars we have used to achieve three stars on all these stunts. Sometimes you will need fast cars, while sometimes you will have to switch to heavy cars.

Do not assume that the fastest car is also the best car, because you will be surprised.

For some stunts for example, you need smaller vehicles such as the Ariel Nomad, which is slower than a Bugatti Veyron.

The weight of a car, or its traction will play a very important role as well.

Another factor is the starting point. In this case the starting point represents the location you pick to start moving towards the ramp.

When you choose a starting point, you need to look for an area without obstacles and traffic. Preferably the route between the starting point and the ramp should be a straight line. If there are any obstacles on your route, smash them before attempting the jump.

The speed you have when you reach the ramp is also crucial. At higher speeds, your car will start to roll over, which means that you won’t be able to land safely. Again, choose your car carefully.

Last but not least the way you touch the ramp with your car’s front wheels will determine what happens next.

This means that you will have to be very careful on the moves you make on your way towards the ramp. For most of these signs your car’s front wheels must touch the ramp at the same time, but sometimes you might want to steer left or right a bit, to change the trajectory of your car.

To successfully perform a 3 Stars Danger Sign Stunt, you should:

  • Check the leaderboards and see what cars have been used by other players.
  • Check our video below to see what cars and upgrades we have used.
  • Try to use the starting points in our video. We did our best to find the perfect routes.
  • Test various upgrades, especially those created by other players.
  • Use the rewind button every time you fail a jump.
  • Be patient. VERY PATIENT.

One of the most annoying Danger Signs in Forza Horizon 3 is the one from Timber Mill (last one in our video).

For this sign, we have used the Ariel Nomad and to perform it we spent a lot of time. The trick here is to jump over the building behind the ramp, and also land without hitting a single obstacle. What makes this sign so difficult is the route you need to follow because you can’t make any turns and the only straight route is between several trees.

Nevertheless, we believe that it is the only route available for this PR Stunt. Check the video below and if you have questions let us know.

Keep in mind that you don’t need to get three stars to finish the game, but if you are looking for a challenge in Forza Horizon 3, this is the one.

Different than the Speed Zones, Speed Traps or Drift Zones, the Danger Signs also require a lot of luck, hence, multiple retries.

If you encounter difficulties feel free to contact us using the comments section below, and if you need help with other events including all Bucket List challenges, check our Forza Horizon 3 YouTube Playlist.

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