Apex Construct sold more on PS VR in Steam, Oculus and Viveport combined

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    Highlight the growth of the market of virtual reality.

    The study Fast Travel Games has revealed the percentages of sales of your game Apex Construct, released almost a year in the virtual reality of PC and PlayStation 4, and PS VR represent more than half of its global sales.

    The executive director of the studio, Oskar Burman, has been referred to as the PS VR achieved the 58% of sales, more than Steam -23%- and that Oculus Store -19%-, while Viveport represents less than 1%.

    “PlayStation assumes an even higher percentage since the last time I shared the data,” says Burman. “It’s what you expect considering the strong sales of PS VR in 2018”.

    Burman points out however that all the market of virtual reality is growing, and December 2018 was the best month for sales of Apex Construct since its launch in February last year.

    “My guess is that a lot of people found a new hardware of virtual reality under your Christmas tree in 2018″.

    Apex Construct we liked quite a bit. it Is a game dynamic and varied, that knows how to toggle very well-the exploration and action, and with a combat system as simple as it is fun. In addition, you get to do that very well several important things in virtual reality, as are the interaction with the stage and the immersion”, I have in the analysis.

    Apex Construct sold more on PS VR in Steam, Oculus and Viveport combined
    Vandal

    Apex Construct sold more on PS VR in Steam, Oculus and Viveport combined
    Source: www.vandal.net  
    January 18, 2019

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