Owen Hill, director of creative communications at Mojang, unconcealed the news on Mojang’s official journal, adding that the game has sold an average of 53,000 copies daily since the start of 2016. keep in mind that we’re talking a few game that created its official debut nearly 5 years ago.
Mojang enclosed a short infograph, highlight the actual fact that the Minecraft community currently includes people from each country and each territory within the world (that includes Antarctic continent where four copies are sold).
Each month, quite 40 million people pay time playing Minecraft and supported recent developments, there’s no reason to believe sales can prevent anytime soon.
How much Microsoft paid to Minecraft in 2014?
Microsoft paid $2.5 billion for Minecraft in 2014, a huge figure that was tough for several to swallow at the time. Creator Markus “Notch” Persson walked away with extra money than he’ll ever be ready to spend (that’s not always a decent thing) and Microsoft inherited an IP that had already sold over 50 million copies that is much high then Rocket League the competitor of Minecraft.
Surprisingly enough, Microsoft has done a good job of increasing the game’s reach and the future – especially if Minecraft becomes the flagship HoloLens app that many predict – looks unbelievably promising Stay in touch with BrainsMesh Tech News.