Xbox games warning: Hit Xbox One game being delisted from Microsoft Store this month

Xbox games warning: Hit Xbox One game being delisted from Microsoft Store this month

Xbox One games warning – Hit Microsoft game being delisted from Store this month (Image: MICROSOFT • GETTY)

Time is running out for Xbox fans to purchase a standout Xbox One exclusive. Later this month Forza Motorsport 7 – the most recent entry in Turn 10’s iconic sim-racing series – will be taken down from the Microsoft Store. The Xbox One exclusive will be delisted on September 15 with purchasing a physical version the only way to play it after that if you don’t already own it.

Besides Forza Motorsport 7 being delisted from the Microsoft Store, all accompanying DLC will also be removed.

If you already own Forza Motorsport 7 digitally then you will still be able to play it after the September 15 end-of-life date.

While if you’re an Xbox Game Pass subscriber who bought DLC for Forza Motorsport 7 before July 29 2021 you should have received a token to continue playing it.

If you haven’t then contact Xbox Support.

News of Forza Motorsport 7 being delisted from the Microsoft Store first emerged back in July.

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Announcing this in a blog post at the time, the Forza team said: “On September 15, 2021, Forza Motorsport 7 will be delisted. This means that the game and its DLC will no longer be available to purchase in the Microsoft Store or available with Xbox Game Pass.

“However, after September 15, players who already own Forza Motorsport 7 will still be able to download and play the game and its associated content as normal. In addition, features like multiplayer and online services will still be accessible for those who own the game.

“For any Xbox Game Pass players who previously purchased DLC for the game, but not the game itself, we have good news! You will receive a token for the game through the Xbox Message Center so that you can continue playing Forza Motorsport 7. Token distribution will be through August 2. However, if after that date you have not received your token, please contact Xbox Support here. (Unused tokens will expire on September 15, 2023.)”

Explaining further why Forza Motorsport 7 was being delisted, the game’s official Twitter explained it was due to licensing agreements.

Forza Motorsport 7 key art

Forza Motorsport 7 is being delisted from the Microsoft Store on September 15 (Image: MICROSOFT)

Responding to one gamer who asked why Forza 7 was being delisted the @ForzaMotorsport Twitter replied: “Forza games have to go unlisted after several years because the third party licenses that we use to feature real-world cars, tracks and other elements will begin to expire.”

In the run-up for Forza Motorsport 7 being delisted Microsoft are offering big discounts if you do want to purchase it outright.

The standard version of Forza 7 is available for just £7.49, which is a 75 percent saving on the typical price.

The deluxe edition is now reduced to £13.74 from £54.99 with the ultimate edition costing £17.49 – reduced from £69.99.

The savings on the deluxe and ultimate edition are once again 75 percent.

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