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Forza Horizon 4 surpasses two million players in its first week

Playground Games has announced that Forza Horizon 4 surpassed two million players in its first week. Going into more details, more than 4.6 million hours of Forza Horizon 4 gameplay have been watched across Mixer, Twitch, YouTube and Facebook as of October 9th.

Furthermore, players have logged more than 822.7 million miles – that’s probably not covered under manufacturer warranty, the community has settled in quite nicely living the Horizon Life, purchasing more than 4.1 million properties and owning more than 74.4 million cars, and more than 377.7 million roads were discovered.

Gavin Raeburn, Studio Director at Playground Games, said:

“It has been one week since we launched Forza Horizon 4 and we are humbled by the overwhelmingly positive feedback we continue to receive from players around the world. We are proud to say that in this first week alone, there are currently two million players driving around Forza Horizon 4’s Britain. On behalf of everyone at Playground Games, thank you for supporting Forza Horizon 4 and making the game such a success!”

Contrary to its predecessor, Forza Horizon 4 is well optimized for the PC platform. While there are some minor issues with the PC version, for the most part it looks and runs incredibly well on the PC, and does not suffer from any CPU optimization issues like its predecessor did when it was initially launched.

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