Forza Motorsport 5 owners will be rewarded with a number of benefits and incentives later this week, after complaining about the game's Microtransactions.
From Friday, November 29, all cars will receive a 50 per cent discount on credits and tokens, with the offer being valid until December 1.
In addition, Turn 10 has also announced that it will dramatically increase credit payouts in-game during the month of December to allow gamers to earn enough for new cars without paying real cash. Finally, a free 2013 Lotus E21 grand prix car will be given to Forza 5 VIP members. If you've already purchased this car then you'll get a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO.
Fans initially seemed shocked to find Microtransations within the game, however Microsoft Studios boss Phil Spencer said that the company will listen and learn from the public.
"I want to be able to learn from what we put in.
"So let's make sure we are crafting the game and the analytics so we can see what the consumers - the gamers - like and don't - if you assume buying habits are a reflection of what people like. So that we can craft the experience better for the gamer."
What do you think of Microtransactions being in a game you have paid £50 for? Is this acceptable to you and if not what would make it acceptable.