On the 20th October, the Xbox 360 title and all of the games’ DLC content will no longer be available to purchase from the Store. Anyone that owns the original open-world racer will still be able to download the game and all of its DLC to continue playing.
While we’re reveling in the euphoria of launching a brand-new Forza game, I do have an important update regarding the original Forza Horizon. On October 20, the original Forza Horizon for Xbox 360 will reach “End of Life” status. That means that the game and its associated DLC will no longer be available for purchase. Players who own Forza Horizon before that date will still be able to download and play the game and its associated content as normal. After that date, however, Forza Horizon and its associated DLC will no longer be for sale.
While the original game is being delisted, the sequel is available for Xbox 360 and on Xbox One through backwards compatibility. Forza Horizon 3 launches for Windows 10 PC and Xbox One on the 27th September, however, if you purchase the Ultimate Edition it is available to play now.
In case you don’t remember, or you never played it, this is what the original Forza Horizon looked like: