Forza Horizon To Be Removed From Sale on October 20th
Base game and DLC can’t be bought in the future.
Playground Games’ Forza Horizon 3 is already critically acclaimed en route to its commercial release on September 27th but the original Forza Horizon will be meeting its end soon. Microsoft has confirmed that Forza Horizon will be discontinued for sale from October 20th.
Forza Horizon will essentially reach “end of life” status, which means the game and its DLC can’t be purchased going forward. That being said, if you own the game on Xbox 360 along with the DLC, then you’ll still be able to play it. If you’re interested in experiencing all of the Horizon games, you might want to act now before it’s gone forever.
Forza Horizon 3 is already playable for those who pre-ordered the $100 Ultimate Edition and it brings lots of new features including HDR support on the Xbox One S, a brand new setting, co-op campaign and much more. It will also release for PC on September 27th with players from both platforms capable of playing with each other.