Activision Blizzard has released their final quarterly earnings report for the fiscal year that was 2022, with Q4 2022 showing some gains in key areas. Blizzard themselves saw a jump year-over-year in Monthly Active Users, seeing an increase from 24 million in Q4 2021 to 45 Million in Q4 2022, a nearly 90% increase.
This quarter's financial report from Activision Blizzard has some interesting details, including the report of company-wide revenues going down over the quarter while Blizzard, for their part, is on the rise.
Square Enix reported its financial results for a six-month period ending on September 30, 2022, and Final Fantasy XIV was a definite bright spot for the company. Look for NFTs and blockchain and new titles as 2023 focus.
The Q2 financial report form Enad Global 7 (EG7) is out, and Daybreak Games is a highlight, while first-party titles and big licenses like The Lord of the Rings Online are ones to watch, the Marvel MMO cancellation and pandemic had an impact.
MY.GAMES, the publisher behind Skyforge, Conqueror's Blade, and Smilegates Lost Ark in Russia, has seen quite a bit of growth with revenue increasing by 1% from last year's revenue. Despite having several MMORPG's under their belt, the growth was primarily attributed to Mobile, carrying 77% of the total revenue of MY.GAMES.
In recent reporting, Cyberpunk 2077's CD Projekt SA reported their profit was below half of what it was from Q1 2020. Read on for more.
All the financial reports are dropping at the same time, apparently. This time, it's Ubisoft's turn with sales figures, net bookings, and more. Here are the details.
Employees of Blizzard, developers behind World of Warcraft, have started sharing around a spreadsheet which contains salaries, pay increases, and more in a new report by Bloomberg. [UPDATE 8/7/20: Corrections were made to the original Bloomberg report since its publishing. We were contacted by PR on behalf of Activision Blizzard with these corrections in-line below]