The German Gaming Market has grown by an additional 20 percent. This information comes from data in a new report from the German Game.
It has been reported that the games industry in Germany has generated almost €4 billion in the first six months of 2020 alone.
In 2019 German consumers spent €6.2 billion on gaming products, pushing the market and helping it experience some serious growth.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the latest installment of id Software’s classic video game series, will be the first Wolfenstein title since 1992 to release in Germany without censorship.
A classification board will now assess video games featuring Nazi symbols due to a regulatory change as a result of the country relaxing their position on the subject.