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Submitted by DoGaming 613d ago | article

Diablo 3 In Numbers

To celebrate Diablo 3’s one year anniversary, developer Blizzard has released quite an extraordinary info-graphic, exploring the past year in numbers.

The graphic reveals quite a bit of detail regarding the title’s in-game statistics and even suggests that clicking a mouse button can burn up to 0.00142 calories which totalled 4.7 billion calories burnt throughout the world of Diablo 3. (Diablo III, PC)

ATi_Elite  +   613d ago
14 Million Gamers have Purchased Diablo 3

That's more than COD or any Console Exclusive on any one platform this Gen. (San Andreas 20m PS2)

"buh buh but I thought PC had no Exclusives that sold well".
"Buh buh but PC Piracy"

PC Games sale very well and make a ton of cash cause of the different business model the PC uses from consoles but it's always good to see the PC go old school and just flat-out sale a mega ton of units.

Congrats to Blizzard and all the PC Gamers who bought Diablo 3

(I bought Torchlite 2 and Path of Exhile instead)

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