As a customer of Games Workshop ( GW ) I can tell that Total War: Warhammer ( TW:W ) will have an affect on the sales, but not as much that GW or you shareholder would like too.
TW:W is roots in the old setting of Warhammer Fantasy Battles ( WHFB ) Old Word. Which GW has left it for their new Fantasy product line Age of Sigmar ( AoS ), which has no real connection to WHFB, besides some characters names. There for its not likely that they will join the hobby.
Current weakness down to BREXIT and general summer weakness... the logic being people go out whilst the weathers nice. Shares rise towards the back end of the year as people become hermits during the winter? Still think there are too many issues with this company so wouldn't recommend buying yet
Got this link off someone on Dakkadakka - it's supposed to show the number of people who activated a game on Steam - I don't know if you have to activate steam to use it at all (i.e. this is total ownership) or if you could run it standalone without Steam (in which case this is a baseline and the true sales could be much higher). This is also assuming this number is reliable - no idea about how it works/ authenticity - so apply salt as desired.
Anyway, this is saying "Owners: 642,364… Read More
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