Retail Makes Up Under Ten Percent of PC Sales

By Jared Scott on August 18, 2014, 9:32PM EDT

Based on data collected in 2013 by DFC Intelligence, an overwhelming 92 percent of PC games sold came directly from digital sales. The past few years has seen a noticeable popularity in digital PC sales with services such as Steam and GoG. Both of these services have offered both access to older, hard-to-find titles as well as tempting price cuts.

Though specific numbers were not given, DFC Intelligence stated that consoles have seen an increase in digital sales as well. However, retail purhcases still serves as the main cashflow for them.

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