Forza Horizon 2 Gets New Porsche Bonus Pack
It’s been only a month since Forza Horizon 2 added the Porsche Expansion Pack, which features 10 of Stuttgart’s best cars, including the 2003 Porsche Carrera GT, 1986-1989 Porsche 959, 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0, and the 2014 Porsche 918 Spyder, and the racing game franchise is now offering two more vehicles from the German carmaker. For free!
It’s called the Porsche Bonus Pack, and it features two turbocharged models from completely different segments. One is the 2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS, the 611-horsepower beast that was Porsche’s most powerful production car at the time of its launch, while the other one is the 2015 Porsche Cayenne Turbo, one of the world’s quickest SUVs, with a 0-to-60 mph sprint of just over four seconds.
How do you get these awesome cars? All you have to do is look for the “Two Free Porsches!” story on the front page of the Forza Hub app, click that story to open it up and then click the button that will take you to the Porsche offer. From there, you’ll go to the Xbox Store where you can grab your pair of free Porsches. Make sure you hurry though, as the Porsche Bonus Pack is only available until Friday, July 24th.
Getting this free bundle will also unlock three achievements from the Porsche Expansion Pack: Porsche Owners Club, Horse Power, and This Is My Porsche.
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Why it matters
Given Porsche has an exclusive partnership with Electronic Arts, it’s great to see than Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios have managed to get two more cars Forza Horizon 2, taking the grand total to 12. Gamers finally get to enjoy a wide range of Porsche sports cars and supercars, as well as both the Macan and Cayenne crossovers in turbocharged forms. Hopefully, more Porsche updates will follow to include classic sports cars such as the original 911, the 1948-1965 Porsche 356, as well as the Panamera sedan, so gamers can have access to Porsche’s entire lineup of vehicles.
Find out more about the incredibly fast 911 GT2 RS here.
Read more about the Cayenne Turbo here.
Read our full review of Forza Horizon 2 here.