THQ Nordic has announced that the sales of post-apocalyptic shooter Metro Exodus are higher they at first expected.
Announced through an interim report Q&A, not a Q&A on a very bad website – that’s a step up, Nordic announced that digital sales of the game were higher than expected. Physical sales were in line with their original expectations, too.
Despite being a series synonymous with PC gaming, Metro Exodus appears to have sold substantially more on console hardware. CEO Lars Wingefors stated that the “absolute majority” of copies were sold on consoles.
THQ Nordic didn’t touch on whether or not the lower number of PC sales was somehow tied to the game’s exclusivity to the Epic Games Store. With Metro Exodus being one of the first exclusive games, including being delisted from Steam.