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Blink-182, Thrice, Alkaline Trio on Forza Horizon 3 soundtrack


Tracks by artists including Blink-182, Thrice, Alkaline Trio and letlive have been confirmed for upcoming video game Forza Horizon 3.

The latest instalment of the long-running franchise will be released on September 27 on Xbox One and PC, and allows players to explore Australia in more than 350 of the world’s greatest cars.

And along with rock and metal artists on the official soundtrack, the game will cater for Microsoft’s Groove streaming service, giving subscribers access to an estimated 38 million songs to play as they drive.

Players without Microsoft Groove will be able to listen to almost 150 tracks within the game, with Sleeping With Sirens, A Day To Remember, Frank Iero, the Offspring, Every Time I Die, Bad Religion, Pennywise and Descendents joining the playlist.

A demo of the game is currently available on Xbox One which allows players to speed through rain forests, across beaches and along coastal roads. There’s also a free-roam multiplayer mode giving players the opportunity to explore the sizeable game map.

For a full list of tracks and artists, visit

Forza Horizon 3 tracklist highlights

  1. Blink-182 - Bored To Death
  2. Alkaline Trio - We’ve Had Enough
  3. Sleeping With Sirens - Gold
  4. A Day To Remember - Naivety
  5. Frnkiero And The Cellabration - Weighted
  6. The Offspring - Get It Right
  7. Thrice - Blood On The Sand
  8. Every Time I Die - It Remembers
  9. letlive - Elephant
  10. Saosin - Racing Toward A Red Light
  11. Obey The Brave - Raise Your Voice
  12. Descendents - Spineless And Scarlet Red
  13. Rancid - Fall Back Down
  14. Bad Religion - Anxiety
  15. Transplants - Come Around
  16. Pennywise - Greed

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