Battlefield 3

Global Total as of 28th Oct 2017 (units): 2.76m
Platform: Microsoft WindowsAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Developer: Dice Genre: Shooter

UK First Ten Weeks (Units)

Week EndingWeekWeeklyChangeTotal
29th October 2011148,563N/A48,563
05th November 2011219,305-60.2%67,868
12th November 201136,276-67.5%74,144
19th November 201144,127-34.2%78,271
26th November 201153,898-5.5%82,169
03rd December 201164,72121.1%86,890
10th December 201176,03627.9%92,926
17th December 201186,6129.5%99,538
24th December 2011910,09752.7%109,635
31st December 2011105,408-46.4%115,043

UK Annual Summary (Units)


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Noodlefighter (on 24 December 2011)
Your stupid for actually thinking making
consoles the lead would make it sell as
much as CoD. You do realize the
difference between CoD and battlefield?
CoD is a game that everyone and their
grandmother can play and call themselves
"pro" Battlefield is a game where you
don't jump around everywhere doing "No
led9010 (on 15 December 2011)
The right audience cannot be decided by
fags like you. Battlefield 3 looks
better on PC then it ever could on
consoles even if it would have been
built on the consoles first. You're
kidding yourself if you think building
for consoles is the way to go.
Everything is not judged monetarily. By
making the game for PC first they have
created a quality product and sold 9
million copies. That they could have
sold more is irrelevant. They sold
around 9 million copies of the game and
still managed to make a quality game,
one which Modern Warfare 3 is not,
despite selling more than 12 million
nilli (on 14 December 2011)
It all about catering the right crowd.
Make a shitty engine for consoles and
you will pay in the millions.
led9010 (on 09 December 2011)
hahaa NILLI its not about the engines,
its about the game. And looking at the
sales on 360 i really have to say
consolites have really bad tastes
Guovssohas (on 09 December 2011)
And btw, this 950k, is it only physical
games sold? Not counting Origin sales?
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