Focus Home Interactive has announced record revenues this year due to the success of A Plague Tale: Innocence and GreedFall.
The publisher confirmed that both games outperformed expectations in a press release. Focus Home Interactive reported that within the first six months of the 2019/20 fiscal year, revenue was EUR€79.8 million. This represents an 80% increase compared to the same period last year.
Jurgen Goeldner, an executive at the publisher, credited the growth to strong single-player game launches, which performed better than expected.
“After the successful launch of World War Z and A Plague Tale in the first quarter, the Group’s positive momentum continued in the second quarter, mainly driven by the successful release of GreedFall,” said Goeldner.
OnlySP’s Amy Campbell reviewed A Plague Tale: Innocence, giving it a Distinction saying, “the prologue does an exceptional job of presenting a colourful, stunning world as it descends into the dark chaos of plague that highlights the grim tone that pervades the game.”