Microsoft Game Studios on Wednesday launched the upgraded version of its motor sports game, Fortza Motorsport 2, in India priced at Rs 1,895.
"The launch of Fortza 2 marks a new price point that Microsoft has introduced in the Indian market. We were earlier selling our titles for Rs 2,599 and have brought this popular title for just Rs 1,895," Microsoft Country Manager Entertainment and Devices division Mohit Anand told reporters in the Capital.
He said the company had spent nearly $40 million and two years in upgrading the title for gamers globally.
Microsoft is also planning to bring a top-end variant of its high-definition gaming console, X-Box Elite, in the Indian market by August.
The company is presently looking at bringing online gaming through XBox live in the country soon.
"We will introduce XBox live in India within this year," Anand said.
The company presently sells over 70 gaming titles in India and would soon introduce two new titles here, he added.