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PC to be behind 37.3 per cent of total battle royale revenue this year
Title reached 3.1m people at peak
Steam has revealed which games made the most money on its platform in 2017, kind of.
Surprisingly, Marvel's Avengers cited as a reason for this performance
That's a record for the French publishing giant
“We believe that real-time 3D will continue to grow at an accelerated pace and achieve massive scale.”
This is apparently $600 million more than the publishing giant intended
EA CEO Wilson says the game "is one of the most successful games in the market today"
Franchise has shifted 107 million units since its 1996 debut
Platform brought in $387 million for the period
Way ahead of the 74,024 simultaneous players Resident Evil 2 managed two years ago
Resi franchise has shifted 107 million copies to date
Two pre-order bundles for Capcom's new horror rompy also made it into the rankings
But the game has faced considerable server issues due to this popularity
This is a record for the platform
Overall Activision Blizzard, player stats have increased by 16 per cent
Five board members were awarded a total of $28 million
Thanks to a 50 per cent price cut
Yeah, this is what we need right now.
More fps and battle royales :S
Except this statement have been done by anon source and nobody, including Kotaku or PCgamer is able…
You are comparing unique logins to hourly concurrency... it's like comparing an apple to a banana…