Wallab's operations tsunami is over, and now it's time to sum up and see who exactly won and how much, courtesy of the cool tool Steam Vomit
Quite a few reviews have been heard that in previous years it was better, but despite this there is no debate about it That summer operations Of the Steam platform For 2015 Were successful and very successful, and even helped break Another record Of over 10 million players simultaneously based on the platform. So who "won" and earned the most in these ten days of operation? This data flows to us thanks to the statistical tool Steam Spy, And the results may surprise some of you.
according to Steam Spy, the sales champion in the summer promotions of Steam Is none other than Counter Strike: Global Offensive, which also on a daily basis is one of the most popular and active titles on the platform, which enjoys a price operation Of $ 7.5 (half the standard price) with which it garnered sales of over 800,000 more copies - almost twice as many as the other top titles on the list. Inhale.
With all due respect to CS: GO, the real winner in the summer of 2015 stood in second place. ARK: Survival Evolved, a new and dinosaur-laden survival game set in Early Access, carried on top Relevance Created by Jurassic World and with a tiny discount of only 17 percent ($ 25 price) managed to sell nearly 420,000 copies, reaching the highest revenue of over $ 10 million.
Other games that starred in the ten days of promotions are indie games such as Castle Crashers, How to Survive and Terraria which were sold for a few shekels which make up about a tenth of the daily prices, as well as high profile games such as the Fallout series, Metro 2033 series, The Witcher series and Bioshock series Which were also offered at very reasonable prices, and apparently also benefited from increased interest that came thanks to the E3 exhibition that took place in parallel.
In the segment of winning revenue records, they are naturally different, with the list dominating current titles that have not necessarily received far-reaching discounts - such as The Witcher 3 Actually sold at its regular price (only ten percent off the face value), Cities: Skylines Offered at a 33 percent discount, and also Killing Floor 2 and Elite: Dangerous sold at a 25 percent discount. It turns out that the very atmosphere of discounts and deals helps all the titles to swell in sales, and not just those offered at unprecedented bargain prices.
What are the games you bought at the summer specials? Feel free to tell us in the comments.