Forza Horizon 5 player was banned for 8,000 years for painting his car with KFC and Kim Jong Un

This is perhaps the longest ban in the history of Forza Horizon 5. The player was banned for the entire 8,000 years.

Recently, there has been a lot of talk about the bans that players of Forza Horizon 5 receive. A lot of them are awarded for inappropriate paintwork according to the rules of the game. It is no different in the case of the ban that a member of the Forza community received for quite a creative paintwork with Kim Jong Un imposed on the KFC logo. It is to last 8,000 years.

What was the paintwork for which the player was banned?

In the screenshot below, you can see what it looks like. At first glance, it seems just fun and probably shouldn’t violate the rules of the game, but in fact, it turned out to be completely different. Developers from Playground Games decided that it is so bad that the author should be banned forever… or actually for 8,000 years.

The image of Kim Jong Un was placed on the KFC logo, instead of Colonel Sanders. Next to it, you can also see the Pirelli logo with Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, and the inscription “Send Nukes”. The player’s unban date is set for December 31, 99999, which means that the player will never be able to play Forza Horizon 5 again.

The author reportedly didn’t even receive any warning prior to getting the ban. Consequently, the community is irritated because they believe that the penalty is far too high for breaking the rules in such a way, without prior warning.