Over 2 million gamers played Forza Horizon 4 in its first week

Jonny Caldwell

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Microsoft’s latest game in its iconic racing series Forza Horizon 4 has been a serious hit, as it has gained more than 2 million active players in its first week.

According to Microsoft’s statistics, players have raced more than 820 million miles in a total of 74 million purchased vehicles throughout the game’s nine days of availability. In addition, a total of 4.6 million hours of the game has been streamed among Twitch, Mixer, YouTube and Facebook, according to the company.

The game was released last week starting at $59.99 for the Standard version, but members of the Xbox Games Pass subscription can play the game without purchasing the title. The game is also an Xbox Play Anywhere title, meaning that not only is it available for the Xbox One and later consoles, but also Windows 10 PC’s provided the consumer has a beefy enough computer to run it (Microsoft recommends an Intel Core i7 with a dedicated graphics card).

Xbox gamers who haven’t gotten the title yet can also check out our full review of the game. And those proud players who do have it can leave their thoughts about it down in the comment section below.