INTERNATIONAL_ Twitter recently released details on the most influential games, including NetEase’s survival game Knives Out.
According to the data, this was one of the biggest years for gaming with more than 2 billion tweets. Genshin Impact has the top title as the most talked about game on Twitter. This is a product that has stood out in every way in the past year. But the equally notable survival mobile game, NetEase’s Knives Out, also reached the top of the most “tweeted” last year.
Knives Out is a PUBG-style fighting game, originally released for iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. In the game, 100 players parachute from the plane and fight with other people or teams to be the last person or team to survive.
The game was quickly received by Japanese gamers and became the most attractive battle royale game here. As evidenced by the number of downloads exceeding 30 million as of October 2019, as reported by PR TIMES.
This mobile game was released at the end of 2017 and has been downloaded more than 200 million times, as of March 2018. In the category of Best Google Play Games 2018, the game won the top prize when it was played. voter.
According to the company’s report, Twitter’s gaming coverage has grown 14% year over year. This is also 10 times the number of “tweets” about the game in 2017.
Rishi Chadha, Twitter’s head of gaming content, said in a blog post: “Gamer communities around the world have taken to Twitter to talk about the biggest moments of the year like sporting events. live again, publishers with new game projects like Halo Infinite, and media outlets continue to expand their reach with mobile games.”
The game’s Twitter favorite of the year was Genshin Impact, followed by Apex Legends and Ensemble Stars. Other major games include Final Fantasy, Minecraft, and Fortnite. Esports are also part of the buzz in the gaming environment on Twitter, with esports athletes and teams receiving a high number of “tweets” throughout the year.
In other stats, the biggest game events tweeted about were E3, The Game Awards 2021, and Gamescom. Japan was the country that tweeted the most about the game, followed by the US and South Korea.