Playground Games has hit another milestone with Forza Horizon 4. The Britain-based open-world racer has cracked the eight-figure mark, recording over 10 million players since its launch last September.
Some good news for fans of the PlayStation 4’s first exclusive driving game. According to player trophy information, 2014’s Driveclub has the largest number of players in the genre, at a staggering 10.5 million.
EDITOR UPDATE: Microsoft released player figures of its own on Wednesday, October 10. According to the PR blast, over two million players have explored Britain since release, covering 822.7 million miles between them. The rest of the article remains unchanged.
Amidst all the news about the upcoming Forza Horizon 4 this past month, an impressive stat on its predecessor flew under the radar. According to Ralph Fulton, FH3 has had over 9 million players since its September 2016 launch.