Ready to experience the competitive thrill of racing to the limit in 4K 60FPS and HDR with Forza Motorsport 7? The track racer is currently available as part of Microsoft’s Free Play Days initiative program for Xbox Live Gold members on Xbox One and Windows 10, which allows aspiring race car drivers to download the title to their console or PC and play it for free over the weekend.
To coincide with this timed offer, Turn 10 is also rewarding bonus credits to Forza Motorsport 7 players this weekend. In fact, anyone who completes a single race in the game – be it in the Forza Driver’s Cup, Free Play or Multiplayer, will receive a whopping 1 million credits for free! Plus, those who take advantage of the Free Play Days offer will get to experience the most refined and complete version of Forza Motorsport 7 yet, featuring all the recent improvements to the race and drift experiences.
Should you download Forza Motorsport 7 for free over the weekend but want to keep playing, you can purchase the game at a discount until 11am BST on Tuesday, September 4th via this week’s Xbox Live Deals with Gold. All three bundles of the racing simulation, including the Standard, Deluxe and Ultimate Editions, have all been discounted by up to 40%. The Forza Motorsport 7 Car Pass has also received a 65% discount, whilst a Forza Motorsport 7 and Forza Horizon 3 bundle is available with 45% off the usual pricing. Forza Horizon 3’s excellent Hot Wheels expansion has also received a 75% discount.
If you’re looking for some more Forza goodness, Forza Horizon 2 remains available to download for free via the Xbox Live Games with Gold program – though this offer expires on Friday, August 31st. Furthermore, the title will be pulled from the Microsoft Store at the end of September due to licensing reasons. Forza Horizon 4, the next entry in the open-world racing series from British developer Playground Games, will be available at no cost to Xbox Game Pass members from October 2nd, 2018 – the same day it launches worldwide on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.
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