Focus Home Interactive recently released its yearly earnings and reported $143 million revenue. Perhaps to no one’s surprise, Giants Software’s Farming Simulator 19 has been a huge success. The title has sold over two million copies since release. Furthermore, the developer has launched an esports league for the game with a €250,000 prize pool (seriously).
Other noteworthy successes include Dontnod’s Vampyr, an RPG that’s sold over one million copies. Thanks to the game’s success, Dontnod will be working with the publisher again on a new project that promises to be its “most ambitious to date”, while Vampyr itself is also slated for a Switch release as well. New World Interactive’s Insurgency: Sandstorm has also done very, selling over half a million copies on PC via Steam.
Overall, Focus Home Interactive had a good year and beat their overall target by 20 percent. Other big titles like The Surge 2 are coming up in September, and the publisher has announced that it will bring its titles to Xbox Game Pass for PC. Stay tuned in the coming months to see how things pan out for Focus Home Interactive.