Whooping Sales Growth PC And Console Games Europe Feb 2021

Whooping Sales Growth PC & Console Games Europe Feb 2021 - Best Video Gaming News 2021

Sales Growth PC and Console Games Sales Soared Across Europe in February; GSD Report

PC and consoles are still sweeping the entertainment industry that too with constant growth. Console and PC games and hardware sales have surged across Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Australasia.

Whooping Sales Growth PC & Console Games Europe Feb 2021

GSD Report

The latest report from GSD (Games Sales Data) shows that across tracked markets a whopping $14.7 million PC and console games were sold during February. This figure shows an increase of 68% year over year.

In the digital arena, the games sold accounted for 9.4 million which is an increase of 24% year over year. As for the physical copies of the games, it sold 5.25 million; a growth of 26% year over year.

The best digital game in February 2021

This takes us to the question about the best game in February, the best-selling game by far was the Super Mario 3D World + Bower’s Fury. However, one significant point here is that Nintendo does not share the data of its digital games with GSD, so this achievement of Nintendo is based only on physical sales.

Mario Kart 8: Deluxe and Red Dead Redemption 2

Besides Nintendo, other top sellers also performed pretty well during last month. Mario Kart 8: Deluxe and Red Dead Redemption 2 both witnessed an increase of 58% in sales last month when compared to the previous year. Little Nightmares and Little Nightmares II made their way at No. 11 in the charts and XCOM2 made their way back to the Top Ten.

Moving to consoles

PS5 was the best-selling console of the month across targeted markets which include; France, Benelux, Switzerland, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Nordics, Spain, and the UK. PS5 turned out the top-selling console beating Nintendo Switch by 12%. However, when taken the overall unit sales of consoles, it is up by 84% in February year over year with more than half a million consoles sold.

However, next month’s data will prove interesting as last year the whole world entered the lockdown phase due to COVID-19. Stay with us.

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