DOOM Eternal Earned $450M in Nine Months

The LinkedIn Profile of David S. has some sales information about DOOM Eternal, as the Product Manager at Gearbox Publishing lists a previous position as "monetization designer" at id Software (thanks PCGamesN). He cites SuperData as the source for saying the first-person shooter sequel generated $450 million in its first nine months:
Product Management Lead for id Software products. Responsibilities included product KPI development, game monetization, economy, analytics, feature specs, feature roadmaps, and more. One major focus was on Doom Eternal, which generated over $450m in revenue in the first 9 months of release (per Superdata public information).
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phinn wrote on Feb 28, 2021, 21:17:
Acleacius wrote on Feb 28, 2021, 21:05:
All they had to do was get rid of that idiot carmack, who thought jump scares were a thing for doom 3.
He forced out others trying to correct him, now hopefully that he's gone for good.

Can't tell if this comment is sarcasm or completely braindead, Carmack is one of the biggest contributors in gaming history and possibly a genius.

Last week finished and was blown by Doom 3 BFG, The Lost Missions and Resurrection of Evil, all in VR thanks to the Fully Possessed Mod that built on the groundwork already made by John Carmack.

Even though somewhat dated, it was absolutely fantastic.
I recall only 1 (one) place I had to jump twice to cover some 3 or 4 meters.
Also find Acleacius' posts off the mark.

Anyway thanks to John, I believe gamers owe him forever (shareware, deathmatch -local and online playing-, liberating source code of games, great strides in VR, his good attitude and caring for us the gamers).

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