Lineage Drives NCsoft's Q2 $82.1m Sales

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NCsoft has released its second quarter sales earnings. The figures are down 11% from last year totaling $82.1 million in sales. The Lineage franchise alone brought in $11.5 million in sales and subscriptions. NCsoft sales are strongest in Korea accounting for $52.5 million; 59% of total sales. Here’s the breakdown of the sales figures from the best selling NCsoft titles.

Lineage and Lineage II continue to lead the company’s sales at $27.6 million and $34.7 million resepctively, followed by Guild Wars at $8.9 million and City of Heroes/City of Villains at $6.9 million. Sales for the Lineage series fell a respective 16% and 2% in the quarter, while the City of Heroes/City of Villains sales rose 7%.

The third quarter looks promising for NCsoft. The second title in the Lineage II series, The Chaotic Throne: The Kamael, is scheduled for release as well as two casual titles SP JAM and Atrix. Guild Wars: Eye of the North is launching in North America as is Richard Garriott’s Tabula Rasa. NCsoft’s next big MMORPG, Aion, will be initiating its closed beta in Korea October 31.

via Gamasutra

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