Gran Turismo 5

Global Total as of 02nd Feb 2019 (units): 10.75m
Platform: PlayStation 3
Developer: Polyphony Digital Genre: Racing

Total Units

North America: 2.96m 27.6%
+ Europe: 4.87m 45.3%
+ Japan: 0.81m 7.5%
+ Rest of the World: 2.10m 19.6%
= Global 10.75m

Release History

Gran Turismo 5 Sony Computer EntertainmentNorth America24th November 2010Retail
Gran Turismo 5 Sony Computer EntertainmentEurope24th November 2010Retail
Gran Turismo 5 Sony Computer EntertainmentJapan25th November 2010Retail
Gran Turismo 5 XL Edition Sony Computer EntertainmentNorth America17th January 2012Retail
Gran Turismo 5 Spec II Sony Computer EntertainmentJapan02nd February 2012Retail
Gran Turismo 5: Academy Edition Sony Computer EntertainmentEurope26th September 2012Retail
Gran Turismo 5 Academy Edition Sony Computer EntertainmentEurope28th September 2012Retail

Game Overview

Gran Turismo 5 is a driving simulator game for the PlayStation 3, developed by Polyphony Digital and published worldwide by Sony Computer Entertainment.The game was released on November 24, 2010 in North America and Europe, in Japan it was release on November 25, 2010.

Gran Turismo 5 the the fifth mainline entry and the biggest yet in the series, the game features over 1,000 cars and over 25 different locations, it is also the first in the series to feature Online races and Physics / Damage system.

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CGI-Quality (on 03 July 2016)
PD Updated their site. 11.95m now.
CGI-Quality (on 27 December 2015)

Official numbers for the entire series.
GT5 is the second best selling game in
the franchise!
CGI-Quality (on 21 December 2015)

It also puts that
thread in a massive change of
perspective! :D
CGI-Quality (on 20 December 2015)
Interesting thing to note - when you
break down the regions, in the US, GT5
sold 3.44m, while GT4 sold 3.47m. This
is significant, because many thought
that the brand was falling off there.
The highest selling GT, that wasn't a
pack-in title in the US (like GT3), sold
3.99m, which was the original game. This
means that the drop off has not been
anywhere near as big as claimed and it
also means that GT is still the highest
selling console driving simulator in the

GT7 could sell a little
closer to that 3.99m, given the PS4's
sales history for other, high profile,
1st party titles.
CGI-Quality (on 17 December 2015)
I never dreamed of it doing 12 million.
That's just bananas! What it tells me
is, GT6 was a bit of a fluke. That it
released at the worst possible time
(still nearing 5 million, but you get
the idea).

GT7 should suffer no such
fate. And GT Sport should do a good 8-10
million (a little less than the series'
trademark 10-11 million, since it isn't
a numbered release).
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