Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds has managed to earn a rabid following since it hit Steam’s Early Access back in March. PUBG has done gangbuster numbers so far, with over 5.29 million copies sold so far according to Steamspy.
Before its release, many consumers (and game publishers!) looked at Nintendo’s Switch with a cautious, sideways glance. That’s fair, given how the company’s previous console, the Wii U, could rightly be called a monumental failure. The Switch is, however, doing exceedingly well.
For two whole months, Nintendo’s Switch stole the top hardware spot in the US. For two months, it was nice to not report that that Sony’s console was the top-selling system in America. Just those two months though, as Nintendo’s Switch has been dethroned by King PlayStation.
It’s E3 time! That’s exciting for gamers because it’s like gamer Christmas – as long as your family Christmases were about looking at things that you can’t have, just like mine were! Now you can have stuff, with PlayStation and Xbox stuff on sale.
Capcom revealed that the horror game had sold a respectable 3.5 million copies by the end of the company’s fiscal 2016. The company hopes that it’ll manage to sell through 10 million copies eventually.
There’s been one other thread amongst the chaos of Secret Empire that was finally unravelled this week. Revealed back in Civil War II, was a prophecy that Spider-Man would be responsible for the death of Captain America, as a vision showed Miles Morales standing with bloody fists above a beaten and apparently dead Steve Rogers. This week, someone did die.
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