Just a week after it's release, The Walking Dead: Our World is showing off how well it’s doing with a nice looking infographic.
It lays out a bunch of interesting stats, like how many zombies have been killed between all players and how many bases have been built, but some of the more interesting stats have to do with time played.
On average, people's playtime is 37 minutes per day, and 7 sessions per day. For a game that encourages you to go outside and explore, I would have thought the playtime would be higher.
Perhaps I'm surprised since the game's closest comparison is Pokemon Go and people were playing that for hours on end when it was first released. Although it’s kinda unfair to compare the two, this game was never going to have the same cultural impact that Pokemon Go did.
Despite this, the game does seem to have done pretty well for itself, as the infographic shows, it's in the top 10 downloaded apps in over 40 counties. So, it might not be the next Pokemon Go but at least it's gained some traction with fans.
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