Forza 5’s Season Pass Packs A Lot Of Speed
Do you own a season pass for BioShock Infinite? How’s that working out for you? Season passes are everywhere and usually it involves blindly buying into some DLC when you’re not entirely sure what you’ll be getting.
In the case of games such as Borderlands 2 it might make sense because Gearbox kept feeding that game with regular DLC content but meanwhile it’s been over half a year and we’re still waiting for the Burial at Sea DLC. At least now with Forza 5 Microsoft and Turn 10 have clearly outlined what you’ll be getting.
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The season pass will give you all the DLC at a discounted rate. That currently includes 6 add-on packs with 10 cars each, one per month following the game’s release next month.
The cars will have all the features of those on the disc. You’ll be able to walk around the car, customise the livery and learn all about its history. Forza Horizon’s season pass fetched for $49.99 and got you 36 cars despite practically doubling the cost of the game, is that really worth it?
What’s even more peculiar is that by the time we get the Xbox One in February or whenever, half of that DLC content will already be available.