Free copies of Forza Horizon 4 are rolling out to some Xbox owners starting today ahead of the game's delisting


What you need to know

  • Forza Horizon 4, developed by Playground Games and published by Xbox Game Studios, is being removed from Xbox Game Pass and removed from the storefront.
  • Playground Games has announced that the game has reached “end of life”.
  • Players who have purchased a digital or physical copy of the game will still be able to play it after it is delisted.
  • Xbox has begun releasing copies of Forza Horizon 4 to players who purchased DLC for the game but had access to the base game through Xbox Game Pass.

It was previously reported that Forza Horizon 4 would be removed later this year, according to developers Playground Games. The title was released in 2018 to critical and commercial acclaim. Like previous Forza titles, the game will be removed from the storefront and Xbox Game Pass once the licensing agreements for the music and cars expire.

Xbox messages have begun being sent to Xbox Game Pass subscribers who purchased the DLC along with a free copy of Forza Horizon 4 Digital Standard Edition. Users must have a fully paid (not discounted) Xbox Game Pass subscription and purchase add-on content for Forza Horizon 4 by June 25. If you are eligible for a code, you can find it in your Xbox Message Center. Code distribution happens in stages, so some users may have to wait a few days before their code is delivered.



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