CD Projekt revealed a breakdown of Witcher 3 sales by platform in a financial report released on Wednesday, and confirmed the RPG has now sold almost 30 million copies.
The PC version of the title accounted for 53% of total sales in 2019, ahead of PS4 (26%), Switch (11%) and Xbox One (10%).
The game saw a significant increase in players coinciding with the release of Netflix’s adaptation of The Witcher in December 2019. US physical sales of The Witcher 3 in December 2019 were up 554 percent compared to December 2018, according to NPD data.
The game released for Switch in October 2019, with VGC’s 5/5 Witcher 3 Switch review calling it “an intelligent port that shrinks one of the best RPGs of recent years without losing the scale and magic.”
Ahead of the title’s release, VGC spoke to Piotr Chrzanowski, a senior producer at CD Projekt Red, to discuss the Switch port’s technical secrets.
A major patch for the Switch version of The Witcher 3 was released in February, adding PC cross-save support and new graphics options.
In its financial report released on Wednesday, Kiciński said CD Projekt is on track to hit Cyberpunk 2077’s September 2020 release date.