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Forza Horizon 4 will be delisted from Microsoft stores and Steam in December

An in-game McLaren Senna supercar from the game Forza Horizon 4.
Image: Xbox Game Studios / Turn 10

The “delisting” ax is swinging once again, and this time, Forza Horizon 4 is the latest major video game to be cleaved from digital storefronts. Developer Playground Games announced on its site that sales of the 2018 open-world racer are ending due to licensing and partner agreements, and the game will be removed from Microsoft stores and Steam on December 15th, 2024.

While the days are numbered for people to still be able to buy the game, the final in-game event will run from July 25th to August 22nd — after which, some achievements linked to the seasonal Festival Playlists will no longer be unlockable.

To add a little further confusion, Forza Horizon 4’s DLC is being delisted beginning today. And if you played the game via Xbox Game…

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