Perfect ten dating
So far it's done extremely well on both the Play Station 3 and 4, with plans to launch on Xbox One later this year.
You can tell that it's a golden goose for the studio as launched in 2014, it was only on computers.
In the first five weeks alone on the console, the game racked up an astounding 1.6 million players.
The console version continues to lag behind the PC edition in its module rollout, but chances are that it continues to be more popular on consoles than computers is quite probable (Cryptic refused to comment directly on this when asked in a recent MOP interview, saying only that the two populations were made up of very different demographics).
Now studios are downright eager to tap into the console market with their online titles, and in some cases these MMOs have proven to be much more successful on those platforms than their PC version counterparts.
While a full list of every console MMO to date would far exceed a top 10 list, I thought it was worthy of drawing out the most notable titles that have existed to date on video game consoles. achieved modest success across many consoles (including the Game Cube and Xbox), regions (including North America and Europe), and iterations.
It used to be that hunting for a console MMORPG was one of the most fruitless endeavors known to gamers.
A spin-off of CCP's in 2010 was an unmitigated disaster across on the PC -- so much so that the Play Station 3 version was infinitely delayed.Square-Enix made the bold decision to double-down on the game instead of abandoning it, taking servers offline in 2012 to retool it as.