Chronology shows Deus Ex didn’t sell as well

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Square Enix often talked about disappointment in the sales of big Western games. Analysts explained that the Japanese company she often had big eyes and even nonsensical demands. She eventually decided to get rid of the three major studios and say goodbye to Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montreal and Square Enix Montreal for $300 million.

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We could look at a few hours ago Timeline of the Tomb Raider series, which has sold 88 million games since 1996. We are here now God Former. This story-driven role-playing event was born in 2000 and the last episodes didn’t sell very well. Judging by the picture, they only account for Human Revolution, Mankind Divided and Directors Cut. over 12 million pieces (until the end of 2021).

In game reviews, they scored an average of 83 percent. Paid mobile games Deus Ex: The Fall and Deus Ex: GO recorded two million downloads.

As you can see, in the case of Deus Ex, we can talk about disappointment. Development seemed pretty expensive, but the games miraculously didn’t work. Let’s hope Swedish changes hug groupwho definitely has big plans for Lara Croft and Adam Jensen.

We’ve known for a while Crystal Dynamics is preparing a new adventure for Larry Croft in Tomb Raider using modern Unreal Engine 5Bye Eidos Montreal representatives talk about several projects built on Unreal Engine 5. So let’s see what the creators of Thief, Deus Ex and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy have in store for us.

However, leading foreign journalists and analysts have long agreed that Square Enix does not know how to deal with its Western brands. She never knew how to sell them properly, but they have great potential, don’t you agree?

Source :Indian TV

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