Forza Horizon 3 to be removed from the Microsoft Store on September 27
Get it before it's gone for good!
What you need to know
- Forza Horizon 3 is an open-world racing game from Playground Games.
- It's reaching "end of life" status soon.
- The game will be accessible for existing owners, but not available for sale.
- Forza Horizon 3 will be delisted from the Microsoft Store on September 27.
Forza Horizon 3 is an open-world racing game from Playground Games, the team that's now a part of Xbox Game Studios. The title features music whose license is expiring, and due to this the game will be delisted from the Microsoft Store on September 27.
This is a standard practice for certain racing game that features a lot of different music. Keep in mind that this just means that you can't buy a digital copy through the Microsoft Store, many places will still have already-printed physical copies. If you've already bought the game, you'll still be able to play it.
FH3 will be on sale until it reaches End of Life on September 27, 2020https://t.co/kB3fxm6MmbFH3 will be on sale until it reaches End of Life on September 27, 2020https://t.co/kB3fxm6Mmb— Forza Horizon (@ForzaHorizon) August 11, 2020August 11, 2020
The game is currently discounted to under $10 on the Microsoft Store (opens in new tab) so be sure to pick it up if you like open-world racing games. It doesn't have a 60 frames per second mode on Xbox One X, but still hits 4K resolution on the system.
Have you played Forza Horizon 3? What's your favorite game in the series? Let us know.
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"It runs like trash but it does it at 4k"