Forza Horizon 2 is currently being given to subscribers of the Games with gold, giving everyone the chance to try it out. If you liked the game, it's better to get the extra content as fast as possible, as confirmed by the end of life by Brian Ekberg, community manager of Turn 10. The game will be retired four years after its launch.
"A warning for the Forza community: Forza Horizon 2 reaches the status" end of life "on September 30. That means the game and associated DLC are no longer available for purchase," Ekberg said. "After September 30, players who still have the Forza Horizon 2 can download and play the game and its contents, but the Forza Horizon 2 and its DLC are no longer for sale."
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If you have a valid subscription to the Xbox Live, you can try Forza Horizon 2 for free as part of Games With Gold until August 31st and the game will disappear from the store at the end of September. The new game of the franchise, Forza Horizon 4, departs on October 2 this year.