OCTOPATH TRAVELER II Sales Exceed $2 Million in First Week on Steam

OCTOPATH TRAVELER II Sales Exceed $2 Million in First Week on Steam

OCTOPATH TRAVELER II, the highly anticipated game developed by Square Enix and ACQUIRE Corp., has been a hit since its release on Steam on February 24, 2023. According to GameSensor's forecast, during the first week of its release on Steam, OCTOPATH TRAVELER II sales amounted to almost $2 million, and the number of OCTOPATH TRAVELER II copies sold during the same time amounted to almost 40,000.

It's worth noting that over 220,000 players added the game to their wishlist a month before its release on Steam. Its rating on Steam is almost 5 stars out of 5, and on Metacritic, the game received mostly positive reviews with 8.2 points out of 10 from players and 81 points out of 100 from critics.

OCTOPATH TRAVELER II is available on PC and other consoles such as Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4. However, its first week of Steam OCTOPATH TRAVELER II revenue is the same as the sales of the previous game, OCTOPATH TRAVELER, in the first month of its release on Steam.

Almost 45% of players who purchased OCTOPATH TRAVELER II on Steam speak Chinese, and almost 40% speak English, although English-speaking audiences usually have the advantage. However, the game also supports Korean, Japanese, French, and other languages on Steam.

The game's success on Steam is impressive and proves that it has a strong following among players. The game's unique graphics and compelling storyline have won over many fans, and it seems to be a popular choice for gamers looking for a challenging and entertaining game.

In conclusion, OCTOPATH TRAVELER II has been a massive success since its release on Steam, with impressive sales and a strong following among players. The game's availability on multiple platforms and languages has undoubtedly contributed to its success.

More statistics on the number of  OCTOPATH TRAVELER II copies sold can be found here.



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