Farming Simulator 19 has sold over 2 million copies

It’s not a coincidence how games and game development studios succeed nowadays. The gaming industry is having a significant impact on the players, and most likely has a certainty of growing even more prominent. This being addressed for Focus Home Interactive’s Farming Simulator and Giant Software’s Farming Simulator 19.

Farming Simulator 19 notices an enormous success by distributing over 2 million copies worldwide. This fascinating sell ratio has granted Focus Home Interactive a healthy revenue of the $143 million total for 2019. If you remember carefully, the developer Giants Software launched an esports league for Farming Simulator 2019, for which a title was first received as a joke by many fans across the world.

The grand final of the league will end up at FarmCon 2020. Vampyr has also made a considerable contribution towards Focus Home Interactive’s yearly earnings as it is the other title that has managed to sell over 1 million copies.  Developed by Dontnod Entertainment and published by Focus Home Interactive, Vampyr is an RPG title in which you as a player need to save humanity. Being infected by a virus, humanity is facing collapse, and you as a player need to repel more damages.

Among these two, Insurgency: Sandstorm is the other title that may take benefit for this year’s Focus Home Interactive’s revenue. A severe shooter in which there’s no room for jokes. A game in which one tap undoubtedly matter — a game full of knowledge, angles, positioning, and more.

Focus Home Interactive is proud of its recent success and is most likely looking forward to bypassing the set records throughout the next year. Another year, another way to success.

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