CD Projekt RED has announced that over one million copies of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt have been activated on GOG Galaxy, thus proving that the company’s platform can be quite successful. Back in June, there were around 700K activated copies of the game, which means that 300K users have activated their copies on GOG Galaxy.
Recently, CD Projekt RED revealed that 6 million copies of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt have been sold. Unfortunately, it’s really hard figuring out the exact copies that were sold solely on the PC.
We do know that there are one million GOG Galaxy users, and according to Steamspy’s stats there are 770K owners. Sadly, we don’t know the copies that were sold via other platforms (or the percentage of owners that have bought the game from GOG.com but have not activated it via GOG Galaxy. For example, we have not done it).
This means that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt sold, at least, 1.8 million copies on the PC. This basically means that the minimum percentage of the PC sales – compared to the total sales – is 30%. Again, this is pure speculation as we don’t have the full picture here.