Death Stranding Earns $27 Million on PC Despite Launching First on PlayStation 4

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Death Stranding’s PC port has turned out to be quite lucrative for publisher 505 Games and its parent company, Digital Bros. As noted in the latter’s latest financials, the PC version of the critically acclaimed action game from Kojima Productions managed to earn more than €23 million ($27 million) since its release on July 14, 2020, placing it at the top of the company’s list of highest grossing titles for the period ending December 31, 2020. Death Stranding’s impressive earnings are followed by Control and Assetto Corsa, which raked in $19 million and $10 million, respectively.

PC was Digital Bros’ biggest digital platform in 2020, and it wasn’t even close. It was responsible for more than 66 percent of its total digital revenue that year, with the PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo platforms only adding up to about 28 percent in total.

Sources: Digital Bros, Gamespot

Tsing Mui
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