If we’re being exact, that’s 106,859,714 copies sold across all platforms, which is close to 53,000 copies sold daily.
Minecraft has sold close to 107M copies to-date worldwide
Mojang released the aforementioned stats earlier today via a lovely infographic, noting the game has been sold in every country around the world – included four copies on the content of Antarctica.
The scientists and military personnel stationed there have to do something other than freeze their asses off, right?
In North America, the PC/Java version accounted for 19% of sales, consoles 40% and the Pocket Edition made up 41% of sales.
Those who reside in Europe seems to prefer the Pocket Edition as well, but as with North America, the figures were close with 36% vs 35% for the console version. 29% of users purchased the PC version.
In all regions reported in the graphic, Minecraft Pocket Edition was the most popular version, except in Lain America where consoles won out with 47%.
Mojang said over 40 million people log-in and play the various versions of Minecraft per month.
Yes, it is very popular.