Ubisoft games don't seem to be performing well on the EGS.

If you are a PC gamer, the only places you can purchase Ubisoft games directly include the Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Connect (formerly Uplay). New Ubisoft releases have not been made available through Steam for quite some time now. One of the last games available for purchase on Steam was Anno 1800.

Anno 1800 was available for pre-purchase for a small period of time through Steam ahead of its release. Conservative estimates place the Steam sales of Anno 1800 at anywhere from 80,000 up to 1 million depending on the site you use to track Steam sales figures. At the very least, the peak player count on Steam was over 25,300 players. Again, this game was available for sale only for a brief period of time ahead of its release.

Now, with the Epic Games v. Apple legal battle going on, we can get a look at some of the sales figures of Ubisoft titles on the Epic Games Store. The figures, seen below, should include data just for the first nine months of the Epic Games Store. Also included are the sales figures for Tom Clancy's The Division 2.

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From this we can see that The Division 2 sold just under 119,000 copies through the Epic Games Store (of which 10% were returned keys) over the store's first nine months. Similarly, Anno 1800 sold just over 31,700 copies. Neither of those sales figures are particularly good in the grand scheme of things. The one for Anno 1800 is especially troubling when over a period of several months it still only barely outsold a competing platform that can't even offer it to consumers anymore.