Research firm SuperData reckons that $586m was spent on premium PC titles during the recent Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales events.
The company reckons that $4bn was spent on digital titles - both the products themselves and in-game purchases - with PC revenue rising 18.3 per cent year-on-year.
That means that PC represents just 15 per cent of total spending for this sales period.
Premium console games made almost double the revenue of PC, bringing in a cool $1bn globally. That's up 24.5 per cent last year with titles like Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII and Red Dead Redemption 2 driving this spending.
“Video games have become a layered experience,” SuperData MD Joost Van Dreunen (pictured) said.
“Beyond just a big, loud launch, blockbuster titles today rely on a variety of different consumer touchpoints, including live streaming video, real-life events, digital sales, and crossplay multiplayer gameplay. Large publishers like Activision and TakeTwo have managed to incorporate these new avenues into their Q4 releases and the numbers show that audiences have responded in kind.”