The Secret World is doing pretty well since its buy-to-play conversion, according to a new Funcom press release targeted at investors. Since its December relaunch, the game has moved over 70,000 units which represents a 30 per cent increase in total sales.
Funcom also says that "player activity levels" have increased by a whopping 400 per cent "as
original players have returned joined by thousands of new players." Finally, the release mentions further restructuring plans for the company which "involve cost reductions through the closure and the consolidation of offices with the goal of creating a stronger unified organization." Funcom says that details will be available upon completion of the process.
[Thanks to David for the tip.]