SuperData, an analytical company, has released a report about digital sales in November of this year. World of Warcraft Shadowlands and Call of Duty Black Ops – Cold War were the most profitable games of November. Activision can open champagne.
Activision-Blizzard dominated the November list of digital distribution's highest-grossing video games.
Number one on PC World of Warcraft Shadowlands. On consoles, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
World of Warcraft, Call of Duty: Black Ops-Cold War were the two games that generated the most revenue for their publishers in November. SuperData, which collects data from the gaming industry, has produced a monthly report that details the sales of games on PC, consoles, and mobile devices in digital distribution.
The PC market was dominated by the new WoW expansion, Shadowlands. The series' debut allowed it to achieve its highest revenue (since 2008) as well as active users (since 2010. In November, World of Warcraft surpassed League of Legends (since 2008) and Dungeon Fighter Online (since 2010).
Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War is the clear leader on consoles. It sold 5.7 million copies digitally and beat Call of Duty 4's previous record by 7%. This was in large part due to Call of Duty: Warzone's free download, which attracted new players to the Call of Duty brand.
WoW and Call of Duty: November was dominated by Cold War - image #1
We should also mention the amazing launch of Assassin's Creed Valhalla. It sold 1.7 million copies and beat Assassin's Creed Odyssey's launch score of 50%. While the game's sales revenue increased by 23%, in-game transactions decreased by 62%. Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales, a Sony company, reported digital distribution sales of 663,000 copies.
Stability is evident in the mobile market. Free Fire is still the number one mobile market, followed closely by Pokemon GO and Roblox. Among Us, a very successful app, had 500 million active users on smartphones in November.