It was confirmed last month that Xbox and Universal Partnerships & Licensing have come together to bring a piece of Fast & Furious to Forza Horizon 2, a title that’s exclusive to the Xbox. It’s a standalone open-world expansion which will put players behind the wheel of 11 cars that also make an appearance in the Fast & Furious motion pictures. Microsoft has already clarified that you don’t need to own Forza Horizon 2 in order to play Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious.


Built off Forza Horizon 2 this expansion is available for both the Xbox One and Xbox 360. It doesn’t cost anything. So even if you haven’t spent money on Forza Horizon 2, you too can get in on the action without having to pay anything at all.

Players will drive across the south of France as they’re tasked by Tej Parker, the character played by Ludacris in the films, to hunt down rides that the team needs for its next mission. Some of the playable cars in this expansion include the ’70 Cuda and the ’70 Road Runner.

This partnership is obviously meant to promote the upcoming film in this franchise, Furious 7, Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious is free for both Xbox consoles until April 10th. It will cost $10 after that. Those who download it before April 10th will get to keep it for free.

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