Forza Horizon 5: IGN’s 2021 Console Exclusive of the Year

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It’s certainly no secret that Microsoft endured an uneven period during the Xbox One generation, with a first-party library that perhaps lacked some of the true knockout punches of its peers. Microsoft’s Forza franchise, however, has always been the quiet achiever – and even throughout that tricky phase the Forza Horizon games specifically always found themselves ranked alongside the very best games of the generation. In perhaps a peculiar twist – in a year where Microsoft is hitting its stride again, Halo: Infinite has arrived, and even one of the very best PS5 exclusives is technically owned by Xbox – Forza Horizon is finally getting its dues. Forza Horizon 5 is IGN’s Console Exclusive of The Year.

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