About $3 million in sales and almost 100 thousand copies sold in the first month of release - Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance launched on Steam
The third-person role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance from Tuque Games was released on Steam on June 21, 2021, and within the first month of release, according to GameSensor’s estimation, sold almost 100 thousand copies. Sales of the game during this time on the platform amounted to about $3 million.
Despite these results, players mostly negatively evaluated the novelty, as evidenced by the low rating of the game on the aggregator website Metacritic, namely 3.3 points out of 10. According to them, the game does not deserve the best score due to bad optimization, poor-quality animation, and a large number of bugs. Critics also gave the computer version of Dungeons & Dragons Dark Alliance 53 points out of 100 possible. The game's rating on Steam is 3 stars out of 5.
For the developer Tuque Games, this is the second project on Steam. The first was Livelock. If the developer's games are to be compared with each other, the revenue of Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance for the first month of release is 15 times more than Livelock's sales volume for 6 years of sales on the platform.
For the publisher Wizards of the Coast, Dungeons and Dragons Dark Alliance is the first project on Steam.
Almost 75% of the audience of Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance on Steam speaks English. Approximately 5% of users speak German, Chinese and French. The rest of the players speak Spanish, Russian and other languages.
The Dungeons and Dragons Dark Alliance game is available on PC and consoles such as PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series.
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