Forza Horizon 3 will be removed from the Microsoft Store for PC and Xbox in September
Those interested in the video game have just over a month to purchase it along with its DLC at a sale price.
Forza Horizon 3 for PC and Xbox One is heading to "end of his life" and will no longer be for sale in the Microsoft Store this next September 28. This has been confirmed by those responsible for the video game, explaining that such news will not affect at all those who already have the production in their virtual libraries.
In this way, the Playground Games open world racing video game cannot be purchased in digital format from the aforementioned date, only in physical format those who are lucky to find it in stores. Also, all your downloadable content will no longer be available for purchase, DLC that, in this case, can only be purchased through the Microsoft Marketplace.
But it is not all bad news. Those responsible for production have put on offer for these coming weeks the standard version of Forza Horizon 3, the Ultimate version of Forza Horizon 3 and the Forza Horizon 3 season pass, with which users eager to take a tour of Australia They now have a good chance, since, we insist, the video game servers will not close in September.
Forza Horizon 3 will leave the Microsoft Store exactly four years after its launch, when one of the best driving games of the entire generation arrived on the market at the time, Alejandro Pascual's words in the analysis of Forza Horizon 3 for 3D Games, thanks to its sense of freedom and to one of the best audiovisual displays of the genre in recent years.
The video game, remember, invited us to explore Australia in more than 350 of the most extraordinary cars in the world. Its continuation, Forza Horizon 4, came two years later to continue expanding these attributes with Great Britain as the setting.