Wednesday, April 8th 2020

CD Projekt Turns a $125 Million Profit in 2019

Polish game studio CD Projekt, behind the smash-hit "The Witcher" game franchise and 2020's most anticipated game, "Cyberpunk 2077," turned a handsome profit in 2019. The studio reported 521 million PLN (roughly USD $125 million) in sales for the fiscal year 2019, which the company says is a 44 percent growth over 2018. Its consolidated net profit increased by 60 percent over 2018, to 175 million PLN ($42 million). Interestingly, CD Projekt attributes its growth to sales of "The Witcher 3," particularly its Nintendo Switch release, and "GWENT" on mobile. Pre-orders of "Cyberpunk 2077" will stream cash into CDPR's coffers, leading up to its September 2020 release.
Source: CD Projekt (Twitter)
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6 Comments on CD Projekt Turns a $125 Million Profit in 2019

#1
Flanker
Nice. See how money can be made without DRM when the games are good:toast:
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Flyordie
Flanker
Nice. See how money can be made without DRM when the games are good:toast:
Yep. I bought my copy of W3+all expansions on GOG. DRM free and was happy to pay full price for it because of it.
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sam_86314
Flyordie
Yep. I bought my copy of W3+all expansions on GOG. DRM free and was happy to pay full price for it because of it.
I've been rebuying games I already own on GOG simply because it's DRM free.
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_JP_
Same here and not to mention GoG still does sales like the early ones Steam did (hard to find something below 50%-off), so even that comes cheap and they make these profits!
A good service, a good offer and some own-made IP thrown in the mix works!
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#5
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
_JP_
Same here and not to mention GoG still does sales like the early ones Steam did (hard to find something below 50%-off), so even that comes cheap and they make these profits!
A good service, a good offer and some own-made IP thrown in the mix works!
My main gripe with gog is that you can list by price. It is super annyoing.
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#6
$ReaPeR$
As they should. They are worth every penny because they value their customers.
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