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The Witcher 3 – Out Of Its 4 Million Sold Copies, 1.3 Million Were From The PC Version

A couple of days ago, CD Projekt RED revealed that it has sold 4 million copies of The Witcher 3: Wild on all platforms. Naturally, we were really interested in the PC sales and today we can safely say that PC gamers embraced CDPR as it appears that almost one third of the overall sales were from the PC.

As CD Projekt RED noted today, almost 700 thousand gamers worldwide have gone with GOG Galaxy. According to the company, 693,000 gamers worldwide are owners of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on GOG Galaxy, whereas 613,000 PC gamers have chosen a different PC platform. This basically means that the game has sold 1.3 million copies on the PC.

In order to put things into perspective, this means that one third of the overall sales were from the PC (that’s of course if PS4 and Xbox One had equals sales).

Now that’s definitely good news for everyone, especially those who were claiming that the PC version of The Witcher 3 sold poorly (based solely on Steamspy’s numbers).


The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on GOG Galaxy

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