He hopes the console supply problem will not be disrupted, player spending will increase and Call of Duty: Vanguard will become a best-selling game, bringing in huge revenue.
The US game market may generate more than 18 billion USD in the fourth quarter
The analyst estimates that from October to December 2021, US gamers’ spending on gaming, devices and accessories will increase by 3% compared to the end of 2020. Total spending by US gamers in games in this quarter will reach 18.9 billion USD.
Piscatella also predicts that total game revenue in the United States in 2021 will reach $61.7 billion, 10% higher than last year.
On the other hand, the market will continue to be affected by component shortages and related delays in the supply of consoles: shortages of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series will remain until the end of 2021.
The PlayStation 5 will remain the highest-grossing console in the US, but will overtake the Nintendo Switch in terms of units sold at a significantly lower cost.
Despite the device issues, 2021 could set records for sales of gaming devices, accessories and game content. This is reflected in the growth of each segment of 49%, 12% and 11% respectively from January to August this year.
“We should expect an increase in revenue over the Christmas period because then Americans spend on mobile games up 10% with subscriptions up 7%,” he said.
This will become the revenue growth driver for Halo Infinite and Forza Horizon 5, which will be released on Xbox Game Pass.
Meanwhile, Call of Duty: Vanguard, scheduled for release on November 5, is likely to become the best-selling game of the month in the United States (each game in the series has been at the top for 13 years in a row).
This expert also believes that Call of Duty: Vanguard can also become one of the best-selling games of the year. The only real competitor is the remake of the Grand Theft Auto trilogy, whose release date is still unknown, only known to be in 2022.
On the social networking account Twitter, Piscatella announced the release of monthly reports on the US gaming market until the end of 2021. September results will be announced on October 18.
World War 3 – Test FPS game with ‘top’ graphics on 11/25
Developed by The Farm 51 in Poland, World War 3 of the first-person shooter FPS genre will launch the latest Closed Beta test for players to experience from November 25.
Players who need to purchase and pay for the game during the Early Access period (before October 4, 2021) will automatically be eligible for the Closed Beta test. Gamers will also receive an exclusive item pack and a $49.99 Lieutenant pack from the publisher.
The test is a big step forward for the development of this world war 3 game product and demonstrates the capabilities of the production unit.
With a refreshed map system, improved guns, and more vivid characters, World War 3 is ready to attract the attention of larger gamers. In addition to the existing content being remade, the Polish game company has planned to add new content related to weapons and features.
Players will fight on the battlefields of Berlin, Warsaw, Polyarny and Moscow, and a variety of customization options will also be available with realistic weapon models.
One thing that cannot be ignored is that the product graphics are shown realistically, vividly to every detail of the scenes, characters as well as smoke and fire fighting effects. You’ll also find elaborately integrated audio that allows players to visualize the war in history.
This will be a well-invested, quality action shooter with many innovations compared to previous military war themed fighting games.
The launch of the World War 3 Open Beta is scheduled for March 2022, along with a new content update and a transition to a free distribution model for all players.
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