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Xbox Game Studios: Player numbers for first-party online titles are ending

Xbox Game Studios: Player numbers for first-party online titles are ending

First-party games from Xbox Game Studios do well. This is clearly demonstrated by the new player numbers for these titles, which have now appeared online.

There have been some discussions recently about games from Xbox Game Studios, after all it has been said that in the future these games will also be mainly available for competing platforms such as the PlayStation 5. Microsoft has now taken a stand and initially confirmed four previous Xbox exclusive titles that will also be coming to Nintendo Switch and/or PlayStation, but at the same time not all first-party titles are affected.

However, the performance of games from Xbox Game Studios is impressive in terms of number of players; This is illustrated by a graphic that has appeared online, which shows the reach of individual titles in detail.

The aforementioned Xbox graphics were created by famous insider Klobrille via Twitter Submitted to Umaluf, Forza Horizon 5 is the most successful first-party game with over 37 million players. In second place is Sea of ​​Thieves, which has 35 million players, which will also grow on competing platforms in the future. Many other Xbox titles have over 10 million players. The ranking according to the chart is as follows:

  • Forza Horizon 5 – 37 million
  • Sea of ​​Thieves – 35 million
  • Minecraft Dungeons – 25 million
  • The Elder Scrolls Online – 24 million
  • Halo Infinite – 20 million
  • Grounded – 20 million
  • Fallout 76 – 17 million
  • Starfield – 13 million
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator – $12 million
  • State of Decay 2 – 11 million
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo – 6 million

In the near future, a new Indiana Jones and the Great Circle game is expected to generate a lot of buzz – and that will remain exclusive to PC and Xbox for now.

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