US Digital Console and PC Sales Saw Increase in June, Bethesda Cleans Up

July 16, 2015 Written by Mark Labbe

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Superdata has just released a variety of digital sales figures for the month of June, showing that mobile, console, and PC sales have gone up quite a lot from the same time last year.

According to the numbers, PC and console digital sales went up a combined 30 percent year-over-year, with Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Online managing to sell a whopping 138,000 digital copies last month. Bethesda also managed to do extremely well on the mobile market, making around $5.1 million off of their free-to-play, sim management Fallout Shelter, which was released after the company’s E3 2015 conference. It should also be noted that the mobile market had a digital sales increase of around 20 percent.

Have you played either The Elder Scrolls Online or Fallout Shelter yet? What do you think of the digital sales increases?

[Source: Games Industry]