Forza games still attracts over 4 million players across all platforms
The Forza franchise attracts over four million players each month. With this stat Turn 10 creative director Dan Greenawalt revealed that the racing franchise is still quite popular among the player community in an interview with IGN.
However, four million players is still a decline compared to 17 million players in December a few months after the release of Forza Horizon 3 was released. Nevertheless, Greenawalt says that the company is satisfied with the number of monthly players and that the Forza community is one of the largest in the world.
“It’s probably worth noting that just this last month, in March, we had 4 million active players in the Forza community. That makes it one of the largest racing communities in the world. And it’s a very diverse group, as you would know.”
Forza Motorsport is available on both Windows 10 and Xbox One and is perfect for multiplayer due to its cross-platform compatibility, something we’re sure plays a big part in the game’s popularity. The title’s number of players will surely go up in the coming months because Turn 10 Studios is preparing a new installment of the game. Forza Motorsport 7 should be announced at E3 2017 and is likely to be released in September, which has become the traditional month for new Forza Motorsport games. While we still don’t know how the game will look, if developers continue with the practice of making good entires in the series, fans surely have something to look for.
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