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Wednesday, 26 September 2012 07:46

$50 for Forza Horizon Season Pass

Written by David Stellmack



17% savings over individual purchase


Microsoft has confirmed that the Season Pass for Forza Horizon will set buyers back $49.99 (4,000 Microsoft Points). The pass will give buyers access to the six planned DLC car packs, which will offer an additional six cars each. In addition, Season Pass buyers will have five exclusive vehicles and a launch day pack.

The purchase of the Season Pass represents a 17% savings over buying each one individually. It would also appear that there is more content for your money this time around. The first DLC pack is scheduled to arrive in December. Some might have noticed that the price of $49.99 is much more than what Microsoft charged last time for the Forza 4 Season Pass, but the additional content is said to be the reason for the higher price.

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