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Xbox gamers warned they have until December until beloved game is gone forever

Xbox gamers warned they have until December until beloved game is gone forever

Another game is set to be delisted

Another one bites the dust.

Unfortunately for Xbox gamers, Forza Horizon 4 is soon set to be delisted.

Taking to the franchise’s blog, developers from Playground Games announced the sad news, explaining that the game would disappear from digital platforms (Microsoft Store and Steam) from 15 December 2024.

This is largely due to the expiration of licensing agreements.

After this date, the game will not be available for purchase, unless you seek out a physical copy.

Before then, a number of changes are coming to the game. From 25 July, the final series, Series 77, will debut including the last Festival Playlist.

Series 77 will end on 22 August at which point, you’ll no longer be able to access the Festival Playlist screen except to view history.

When you boot up the game, developers note that you’ll be taken to the festival Site screen instead.

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Players will still be able to view the Forza Events screen, and Forzathon Points can still be earnt to exchange for Backstage Passes.

If you’re somewhat of an achievement hunter, there’s a series of those you’ll need to complete before the Festival Playlist closes on 22 August.

Those are: A Create of Habit, Stunt Puller, Cashing In, Perfectionist, and Encore.

Already, Forza Horizon 4 DLC has begun to be delisted. The full standard, deluxe, and ultimate versions will remain available until 15 December.

The good news is that if you do still want to pick up the game, there are a number of deals coming up.

Forza Horizon 4 is now on sale on Steam with an Xbox discount set to drop on 14 July.

After the full delisting in December, the offline, online, and multiplayer features will remain playable.

Please also note that “if you played Forza Horizon 4 through Xbox Game Pass and purchased DLC content for it, worry not: by having an active, full-paid (not discounted) Xbox Game Pass subscription on 6/25 you will be eligible to receive a game token if you have purchased any extra content for Forza Horizon 4 through your Xbox Message Centre.”

Featured Image Credit: Microsoft

Topics: Xbox, Microsoft, Forza, Playground Games