Based on what might be termed the weirdest source for video game sales data to date, it seems Baldur’s Gate 3 Sold 5.2 million copies until now Steamabout two weeks after the release date.
Data does not come from any otherBelgian Embassy in Chinaaccording to reports from various online sources, and also via Weibo.com, the Chinese site where we read that the embassy in question will be advertising the launch of Baldur’s Gate 3 and its outstanding results.
In the report, with data updated to August 16, 2023, we read that Baldur’s Gate has “sold 5.2 million copies on PC via the Steam platform, with over 870,000 users and 94.3% positive reviews from users.
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In fact, we already know that the game has sold around 2.5 million copies in Early Access, so that means another 2.7 million copies on Steam over a two-week period, a pretty likely amount given the success collected.
There strangeness This problem can be partially alleviated considering the fact that Larian Studio is a Belgium-based team, so the fact that their outstanding results are reported is related to the promotion of the entire Belgian industry and the country in general by the affiliated embassy. .
However, the strangeness of such an institution, which sets out to detect and publish video game sales data on Steam, continues, but Baldur’s Gate 3 does not look like a normal game in this. We saw today that Aria wanted to review the patch system in Baldur’s Gate 3 after issues in fix 4 that may have caused issues with saves.