Age Of Conan Still Tops Charts

Posted: Jul 1 2008, 11:17am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:10am CDT, in News | Gaming


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Eidos and Funcom announced that the video game Age of Conan is still dominating retail charts in all markets where the game is sold. The game has held the #1 spot in most European markets and in the US the game has held the top spot on NPDs PC games chart for the two weeks of available data.

So far Funcom says 700,000 people have signed up for game accounts making it the number 2 subscription based MMO in the world. Still it is a very distant second to WoW. Funcom says it believes Age of Conan to be the most pre-ordered game in history.

The game was the top selling title of May and one of the fastest selling games of all time. "That Age of Conan remains #1 in retail stores several weeks after release is of incredible importance to us, and proves that the game has a large potential beyond the early adopters," said Morten Larssen, VP of Sales & Marketing in Funcom. "With more than 700,000 accounts created so far we have a fantastic platform to build from, and we will continue our marketing spend to further drive numbers in the months to come. It also means that Funcom can dedicate significant development resources on evolving the game even further, naturally giving us a great hope for the future of Age of Conan."

Via Funcom

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