Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice bought 1.four million copies digitally in March
By Sherif Saed,
Wednesday, 24 April 2019 12:29 GMT
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has carried out very nicely on digital marketplaces in comparison with FromSoftware’s different work.
In response to SuperData, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice was among the many most profitable digital launches in March. The sport bought by 1.four million copies digitally on each PC, and consoles.
That is roughly 200,000 copies greater than Darkish Souls three did at its launch in 2016, with consoles particularly driving this progress. Activision beforehand revealed that Sekiro bought over 2 million in 10 days in mixed digital, and retail gross sales.
It now seems that the cut up very strongly favours digital, which is price mentioning given Sekiro is an offline, single-playthrough-type sport that might sometimes skew bodily. At US retail, Sekiro was the second best-selling sport of March.
Digitally, the sport landed at quantity 4 on consoles, and quantity seven on PC, in keeping with SuperData’s information.
The Division 2, which additionally launched in March, unsurprisingly dominated digital spending on consoles, although it’s nowhere to be seen on PC within the report. The Division 2 topped the charts at US retail throughout the identical month, so it’s definitely doing nicely.
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