Our friends at GamesIndustry.biz love to calculate numbers and turn them into nice graphs and we love to read them. Their “Year In Numbers” in 2020 show a pandemic-fueled video game spending frenzy, with a 21% increase in the value of the console market, and we’ve spent the year in video games instead of work. Prove that you have spent.
Probably no one will be surprised, revealing that our loved one Animal Crossing: New Horizons The second best-selling game in the UK, Mine Craft, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe,and Ring Fit Adventure. Relatively recent release of Super Mario 3D All Stars The fact that it’s gone soon becomes even more bizarre, as we were even able to beat the top 10 best-selling games in the United States. Overall, it was a pretty good year for ol’Ninty.
Looking at some of the big numbers in the House of Mario this year, they seem to have made a lot of money. AC: NH earned $ 26.04 million in the first six months, Pokemon GO -Games four years ago-is the third-selling mobile game in 2020, deducting a total of $ 1.2 billion from the various companies involved.
But it’s not all fun and prizes.Dedicated switch Small racer Metacritic averages 32 and holds the suspicious honor of the “worst game” (their words, not ours).
Not to be surprised by anyone Among us Is the most Google game, but multiplayer betrayal is in the top 10 in all other categories, including “most covered games,” “most seen on YouTube,” and “most discussed on Twitter.” I can’t enter. Players seem to want to know all the secrets behind Among Us, but no one wants to share them. Sorry.
If you’re still here after all these numbers and numbers, here’s an interesting bite from the report for you: Nintendo Switch owners also have another big three Most likely. 60% of Switch players also have a PlayStation 4, and 51% have an Xbox One. Switch owners don’t care about console wars, or they are all coined.
Check out GamesIndustry.biz for a complete report with all the delicious and juicy stats. Are we really as surprised as we are seeing? FIFA 21 At the top of the UK charts? Or are we just a country of footy lovers, even when footy isn’t turned on?