Forza Motorsport 5 & 6 Bundle Discounted in This Week’s Deals With Gold

Forza Motorsport 6 February 23, 2017 by
One of Subaru’s flat-four vehicles racing on the streets of Prague, by torque99.

Racers with an Xbox Live Gold membership looking to snatch two of Turn 10’s Forza Motorsport games are in for a deal this week, as a bundle combining FM5 and FM6 is now available on the Xbox Store at a reduced price.  

The bundle mentioned above is for sale at the cost of $40, rather than the regular price of $80, a 50% discount. The Forza Motorsport 6 Complete Add-Ons Collection is also being offered with a saving nearly reaching the 70% mark, and can be bought for $46 and some change. All prices shown are in USD.

Even though you may be considered slightly late to the party, both Forza Motorsport 5 and 6 are great ways to burn some time in anticipation for the unofficially announced Forza Motorsport 7.

Forza Motorsport 5 was released in 2013 as a launch title for the Xbox One. Thanks to its attention to detail and Drivatar technology, the game received a considerable amount of praise. One of FM5’s biggest downfalls, though, was its lack of content compared to its Xbox 360 predecessor, with only 200 cars and 14 tracks.

To make up for this, Forza Motorsport 6 came out in September of 2015 and featured 461 vehicles along with 26 tracks available to be driven on. It also introduced weather and night racing to the series, albeit limited to a certain number of tracks.

This week’s Deals With Gold ends on February 27, so you have a few more days remaining to save a bit of money on two of Microsoft’s flagship racers.

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