Existing owners will still be able to play.
Forza Motorsport 7 will reach “End of Life status” on 15th September, developer Turn 10 Studios has revealed. That indicates you will no longer be able to purchase the video game or its DLC from the Microsoft Store after that date, nor will it be readily available on Xbox Game Pass.Existing owners will still be able to play the video game and download after the date, and online services will continue to run.
Xbox Game Pass gamers who formerly purchased any DLC for the game will be sent out a token to get long-term access to the game. If you havent gotten a token by 2nd August, you can contact Xbox Support for a token. On Forzas Twitter, it was described that the video game is being delisted because third-party licenses are set to end.
Not dumb at all! Forza video games have to go unlisted after numerous years since the 3rd party licenses that we use to feature real-world vehicles, tracks and other components will start to end.– Forza Motorsport (@ForzaMotorsport) July 29, 2021
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Microsoft are also providing the video game at a high discount of ₤ 7.49 for the last couple of weeks its still offered. “Another handsome, well built and entertaining Forza rolls off the production line – though there are questionable changes under the hood,” Oli Welsh composed in Eurogamers review. Its certainly worth getting while you still can.