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the Castle Game

PS4
Total player count
16,000
as of 18 October 2020
New players
+60
18 Sep – 18 Oct
Returning players
0

Total player count by date

Note: so far, the chart is not accurate before 1 June 2018.
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PS4


13,000 players (77%)
earned at least one trophy

<100 accounts
with nothing but the Castle Game

129 games
the median number of games on accounts with the Castle Game

Popularity by region

Relative popularity
compared to other regions
Region's share
North America4x more popular72%
Central and South Americaworldwide average4%
Western and Northern Europeworldwide average14%
Eastern and Southern Europeworldwide average2%
Asia35x less popular0.3%
Middle East5x less popular0.6%
Australia and New Zealand1.3x more popular1.8%
South Africa5x more popular1.2%

Popularity by country

Relative popularity
compared to other countries
Country's share
Canada5x more popular11%
South Africa5x more popular1.2%
Sweden5x more popular1.8%
United States3x more popular61%
Germany1.7x more popular5%
Brazil1.6x more popular3%
Australia1.3x more popular1.8%
Russiaworldwide average1.5%
United Kingdomworldwide average5%
Mexico1.2x less popular0.9%
Poland1.2x less popular0.6%
Belgium2x less popular0.3%
Saudi Arabia2.5x less popular0.6%
Argentina2.5x less popular0.3%
France3x less popular1.5%
Italy5x less popular0.3%
Spain8x less popular0.3%
Japan12x less popular0.3%
Netherlands ~ 0%
Hong Kong ~ 0%
Emirates ~ 0%
China ~ 0%
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