SuperData: Digital PC games revenue up 40% thanks to record Cyberpunk 2077 launch
Digital games brought in $12bn in December 2020 according to SuperData.
That’s a 15 per cent increase year-on-year and represents the highest amount of digital costs from a single month ever. PC costs was up 40 per cent thanks to the smash hit launch of CD Projekt’s Cyberpunk 2077, which obviously is the most significant of all time. SuperData reckons that the eagerly-anticipated RPG offered 10.2 million units throughout the month following its December 10th launch.
Unsurprisingly, it was highest-grossing title on PC for the month, beating the normal suspects like League of Legends, Crossfire and Dungeon Fighter Online.
Fortnite and Grand Theft Auto V both had substantial months, too. The previous had its finest month for profits considering that August 2020, with more individuals playing Impressive’s battle royale title than because August 2019. On the other hand, Rockstar’s criminal activity romp had a record month for digital spending thanks to the Cayo Perico Heist for GTA Online.
SuperData also reports that Among Us numbers fell in between November and December, however it still had 2.8 times as lots of users as the next most-popular title, Roblox.
Here are the top grossing PC games for December 2020:
1. Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt
2. League of Legends, Riot
3. World of Warcraft (West), Blizzard
4. Dungeon Fighter Online. Neople
5. Crossfire, Smilegate
6. Fantasy Westward Journey, NetEase
7. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Valve
8. Fortnite, Impressive Games
9. Roblox, Roblox
10. World of Tanks, Wargaming