Forza Horizon 5 is still pushing the charts, as it has now passed 15 million players. The game player counter displays the new number, as shared on social media (via TheGamer).
Of course, the game didn’t necessarily sell as many copies, as the racing title is available on the Xbox Game Pass. But it doesn’t matter, it’s a huge milestone for the latest playground.
The game reached 4.5 million players on consoles, PCs, and the cloud, and enjoyed the “biggest launch day” for the Xbox Game Studio title. It even reached a peak concurrent player figure which was 3X larger than the peak concurrent record of Forza Horizon 4.
The Playground will continue to update and support Forza Horizon 5 with a number of future enhancements and updates. All of this is happening as the other team from the playground develops a new fable game. In another significant development, Playground co-founder Gavin Reburn has left the studio.
While we’ve learned a lot about how well Forza Horizon 5 is doing in the market, the same cannot be said for Microsoft’s recent big game, Hello Infinite. Microsoft has not shared any player or sales figures for the game, which released its multiplayer in November and launched a campaign in December.
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