Digital Bros, which owns publisher 505 Games, reported financial results for the first half of the fiscal year ended December 31. Death Stranding was the company’s main driver, earning over €23 million since its release on PC.

Digital Bros reported net revenue of €80.9 million (+29.5% year-over-year). Its net profit amounted to €15.85 million, compared to only €1.9 million in 2019.

Premium games generated €73.4 million in revenue, accounting for 91% of the company’s total revenue. Death Stranding, released on PC last July, earned $23.1 million, as Digital Bros expects the game to reach €50 million in lifetime revenue.

Control generated €16 million in revenue, thanks to its release on Steam in August 2020. The title’s total earnings have already reached €39.9 million. The company’s other successful games include Assetto Corsa (€8.9 million), Ghostrunner (€6.8 million), Terraria (€4.3 million), Bloodstained (€3.2 million) и Payday 2 (€2.2 million)

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