Posted September 10, 2018 06:30:22I’m very proud of this achievement, but there are some things that we need to clarify before we get into it:1) Diablo 3 on the PS4 sold 3.1 million copies in its first two weeks on sale on the Sony system.
This means that Diablo 3 sold about 5.6 million copies, or around 9% of the total console sales.2) Diablo III on the Nintendo Switch sold about 1.8 million copies.
This is the same figure as the Nintendo 3DS sales on September 10.3) Diablo on the PC sold about 0.9 million copies and that’s just for the Steam release.
It doesn’t count digital sales, which are usually the only way to get a copy.
So if you’re interested in seeing how Diablo 3 is doing on the platforms where it was released, that’s not a good metric for us to be measuring.4) It is important to note that Diablo III was released on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4 in the same month, so that the sales figures don’t depend on the platform that they’re coming from.5) We are currently estimating the total sales of Diablo 3 for the PlayStation platform at 5.8M.
We don’t yet have data for the Xbox platform, but we estimate that the total for the month is 6.1M.
That means Diablo 3 was sold by about 1 in 2,700 units on Xbox platforms.
This figure doesn’t account for the fact that the Xbox One sold fewer copies of Diablo III than the PS3 and PC platforms, but only the PS1 version.
We have a little more detail on this metric, so please check it out here.
Now that we have some background, let’s talk about the metrics.
Diablo 3 on PlayStation4, NintendoSwitch, and Steam is the top selling title on all platforms for the first half of 2018, according to data from NPD.
Diablo 3 sales on the three platforms are the most recent month that we’ve been able to look at.
We haven’t been able yet to look into how many copies of the game were sold on each platform.
This gives us an estimate of how many Diablo 3 consoles were sold.
The PC version was the second most-sold game on Steam, behind only Diablo III.
The Xbox 360 version was second.
The PlayStation 3 version was fourth.
Diablo III sold an estimated 3.5 million copies across the three systems.
This puts the console version on a solid base, so the console versions are the first to break the $1 billion sales barrier.
The PS4 version was a distant second, at 1.6M.
This put it in the middle of the pack.
It was the third most-selling game, behind the Xbox and the PS5.
It sold 1.1.2 million copies overall on the consoles, but this was just a fraction of the overall sales on all three platforms.
Diablo II was the only game to sell more than 1 million copies of a single game on each console, but that game was released before Diablo III and didn’t make the top 10 most-played games of 2018.
We have a lot of work to do in this area to make sure we’re keeping pace with our console counterparts.
We did a lot more digging into Diablo III sales and found that Diablo II had sold 1,087,816 copies on PC by the end of the first quarter of 2018 and 2,946,871 copies on PlayStation platforms, with 1,000,000 copies sold on Xbox 360 and 1,700,000 on the Wii U. The console versions were far more difficult to get hold of, and we’re still not sure exactly how many console versions Diablo II sold.
Diablo’s PC counterpart sold more than 2 million copies during the same period.
The most-liked Diablo III game, Diablo II, sold 4.7 million copies from the end and it’s probably not surprising that this game had such a high number of concurrent players.
Diablo 2 sold 1 million concurrent players on Xbox Live and 1.2.2 on PlayStation Network, so we think that this number is close to right.
It’s the third-most-loved Diablo II game and it sold 2.6.6m copies.
Diablo: The Cataclysm sold more concurrent players than any other Diablo game, but it was also the most-purchased game.
The next-most popular Diablo II title, Diablo III, sold 1% more concurrent users than Diablo II.
This makes Diablo III the fourth most-popular Diablo II franchise.
The top five Diablo III games were all games that were released before the first Diablo, but the top five were games that started with Diablo III (Diablo II and Diablo II: Lord of Destruction), so Diablo III had the highest number of Diablo II titles. Diablo has