It seems that Metro Exodus has been quite successful among players, surpassing not only the sales of its predecessors but also allowing THQ Nordic to grow.
In the few months that separate us from the arrival of the game on the shelves, the developers of 4A Games have announced that they have already reached the so-called break-even point or the revenues obtained have already covered both the development costs and the expenses related to the advertising of the title. Thanks to the sales of the game, 250% higher than those of the previous chapter, Metro Last Light, THQ Nordic’s revenue has increased by 158% compared to the same period last year.
To have contributed to the publisher’s revenues there is not only Metro Exodus but also another exclusive Epic Games Store, or Satisfactory. The Coffee Stain stock went well beyond THQ Nordic’s expectations and recorded revenues of just over 9 million euros, making the publisher proud of the acquisition of the Swedish development team.
At this point, there is nothing to do but find out what the various teams managed by THQ Nordic are working on, among which we remind you is also the promising Biomutant.