Update: This end of life delisting has been confirmed, will take effect by the end of the day on September 27th. "When a game reaches "End of Life", that means it and its DLC will no longer be available for purchase in the Microsoft Store. However, features like multiplayer and online services will still be accessible for those that own the game."
It looks like Forza Horizon 3 is set to be delisted on September 28, 2020. This has continued to be a common occurrence with the series due to the licensing of music and cars for the titles. This note is brought on by a deep sale that’s been extended for a long period of time.
You’re able to get deals on the various versions of the games until that date. It’s also worth noting that historically a Forza title about to be delisted would be put up as a Games with Gold prior to that event happening. We’ll also reach out to our local rep about this for confirmation.
This is a Xbox One X enhanced game with a 4k resolution and HDR support. It’s also a Xbox Play Anywhere title, meaning that if you bought it once digital you’d own it on console and PC. That also means each version is likely to be taken down at this time.
While the game won’t be available for purchase after a delisting, if you do own the game you will be able to download the game to continue playing it into the future. For context on this series, it features a massive open world Australian based environment to race across.
You could do this alone, with virtual Drivatars of others from online or even with others online if you’d like to. There were multiplayer modes, and tons of missions to work through across this thrilling experience. It was highly acclaimed, and we loved it with our review of the game being found below. You can also check out the general hub for the series for further coverage as well.
Read our Forza Horizon 3 Review
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