Forza Horizon 3 will be removed from sale on September 27th

Forza Horizon 3 will be removed from sale on September 27th

Forza Horizon 3 will be removed from sale on September 27th

Playground Games’ Forza Horizon 3 is about to be removed from sale on PC and Xbox One on September 27th, following a long tradition for the franchise which sees each game removed from digital sale four years after each game’s launch. 

While it is unknown why Forza Horizon 3 must be removed from sale, it is likely that Microsoft’s licensing agreement with vehicle manufacturers and music providers has is limited duration. Thankfully, digital and physical owners of the games will still be able to access both titles, which means that fans of the series will still be able to race in the game’s Australian map and replay the game’s Hot Wheels expansion. 

Until September 27th, Forza Horizon 3 standard will be available on the Microsoft Store for £6.59 and the game’s Ultimate Edition will cost £17.99. The game’s Expansion Pass, which includes the game’s Blizzard Mountain and Hot Wheels expansions, is also available for a discounted price of £8.77. 

Now is the last time that Forza Horizon 3 will be available for Xbox One and PC, so purchase the game while you can if you want to add it to your library. At this time, Microsoft has no plans to disable Forza Horizon 3’s online component. 
   

Forza Horizon 3 will be removed from sale on September 27th

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