Red Dead Redemption 2 launched on PC last month on both the Rockstar Games launcher and the Epic Games Store, with the promise of a Steam release a month later. But whether because of the coming Steam release or technical difficulties or its year and change on console already or some other factor, its Epic Games Store sales numbers appear to have been a bit muted.
SuperData shares that Red Dead Redemption 2 sold 408,000 units on the Epic Games Store in November, paling in comparison to Borderlands 3's launch on the same storefront which brought in 1.78 million units in its debut month. Though, to be fair, that launch was simultaneous with console, and Gearbox's shooter is still unavailable on Steam.
That meant that Red Dead Redemption 2 came nowhere near breaching the top 10 games on PC for November, ranked by digital sales. League of Legends was No.1, and the rest of the list consisted of mostly familiar faces, though Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order notably debuted at No.6.