Lately, gamers tend to buy more digital games. Part of the convenience comes from not having to go out and buy games. Some people, home space, is limited. Or anything else. Capcom revealed that 80% of their games come from digital purchases.
While answering the annual shareholders’ question, Capcom was asked about the plans for selling digital games.
Capcom revealed that “Digital sales are growing until it surpassed 80%. “Partially due to the changing consumer behavior. This resulted in adjusting the strategy to 90% digitally but still not throwing away the old customer base. That is also popular with collecting games in the form of game boxes.
There are also reports says Capcom’s digital sales have grown Previously, 53.3% had jumped to 80% last year, but Capcom expects this year to be only 75.4%.
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Aside from Capcom, other gaming camps have turned more digital. In a few years, Playstation even had to launch Playstation 5 that can only play digital games, and EA and Activision have reported that sales of digital games are still growing.
They were resulting in obvious results. Nowadays, consumers are increasingly interested in digital games. Growing market Many of the game camps have sent more games this way. Many products can be reduced, and the price is lower, but old customers are still not abandoned. Some people will still like box games like before.