PUBG had a great June thanks to the Steam sale, SuperData says in its latest revenue ranking

    
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SuperData’s global revenue report for June 2018 is out, and it’s actually not particularly exciting for the summer months as not that much has turned over since May.

One the PC side, PUBG leaped back up the charts, pushing past Fortnite and Dota 2 to rest in the #3 slot after its tumble earlier this year. SuperData says that’s a direct result of June’s big Steam sale: “PUBG sold 4.7 million units on PC in June, up significantly from May and only second to its peak month in October 2017. Growth was underpinned by a reduced price point of $19.99 on Steam.” All of the other games in the list are still there, just jostled a bit, though League of Legends remains on top and World of Warcraft has taken up seemingly permanent residence at #7.

On console, Fortnite is still king, though keep an eye out for The Crew 2, which debuted at #4 in its launch month, having sold “700,000 digital units across Console and PC at launch,” owing heavily to digital sales.

Mobile’s roster is all the same games too, just shifting slightly. Pokemon Go’s bumped up to #3 in that category.

Source: SuperData
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Sray

The most amazing part of the lists to me is God of War. A PS4 exclusive with no microtransactions or multiplayer, in its second month of release, not only cracking the top ten, but surpassing the multiplatform Overwatch in terms of revenue. Pretty impressive for something that was essentially built as a loss leader to push console sales.

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CasualSlacks

Dungeon Fighter continues to kick everybody in the mouth except LOL. I almost, almost want to try it again.

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Sorenthaz

Its success pretty much comes out of Asia, not really the Western side of things.

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CasualSlacks

Right. I know the original NA release got shut down for not making any money. I haven’t played since it relaunched over here. Really, the only problem with it I can remember is that I hated the button/key layout and remapping was unavailable.