Wow: The Shadowlands record has already been broken.
Blizzard foretold World of Warcraft’s newly released Shadowlands expansion as the best-selling PC game of all time, but already CD Projekt’s stunning open-world opus Cyberpunk 2077 stole its crown. I did.
When Blizzard defeated Shadowlands earlier this week, it revealed that the expansion sold more than 3.7 million units worldwide in the first full day of its launch.
However, as reported by GamesIndustry.biz, CD Projekt’s investor public relations Twitter account shares early sales stats for Cyberpunk 2077, revealing that the game managed to shift the total. I am doing it. 8 million pre-orders on all platforms..
In total 59% of all pre-orders were PC (And if you’re interested in that particular split, 74% were for the digital version of Cyberpunk 2077), which means that CD Projekt has already shifted about 4.72 million copies on the PC and Shadowlands It’s exceeded the total launch date by a million times-and it doesn’t even take into account cyberpunk sales on the remaining launch dates.
Of course, it’s not particularly surprising to know that cyberpunk is already out there. Given the astronomical hype that has grown around the first blockbuster game since The Witcher 3, eight years after the first announcement of CD Projekt.
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Fortunately, Cyberpunk 2077 is another powerful entry in CD Projekt’s increasingly impressive catalog, but you can’t miss performance issues or hilarious bugs that plague the game on its release date. It’s not always easy.
‘s Chris Tapsell was well impressed with the fundamentals, but to award the recommendation badge, “the intense and intoxicating humanity at its heart is almost caught up in all the noise, but I I think you can still hear it. About. “