Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

Global Total as of 13th Sep 2014 (units): 1.41m
Platform: Xbox 360Also on: Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Microsoft Windows
Developer: Ubisoft Paris Genre: Shooter

Total Units

North America: 0.89m 63.2%
+ Europe: 0.39m 27.6%
+ Japan: 0.02m 1.4%
+ Rest of the World: 0.11m 7.8%
= Global 1.41m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier UbisoftNorth America22nd May 2012Retail
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier UbisoftEurope25th May 2012Retail
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier UbisoftJapan05th July 2012Retail

Game Overview

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is a shooter game developed by Ubisoft Paris, Red Storm Entertainment, Ubisoft Bucharest and released on Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox 360.

http://gamewise.co/games/39222/Tom-Clancys-Ghost-Recon-Future-Soldier

Comments

T.Rexington (on 23 July 2012)
And a million units sold. I expect to
hear this hitting 2 million on all
platforms combined sometime in the next
2 months, depending on the digital sales
of the PC version.
bouzane (on 14 June 2012)
@ManciuD

My my, aren't we a
confrontational, immature little douche
bag? How was that called for? Where did
you get that absolutely ridiculous data
for the revenue generated by Skyrim?
Valve takes far less than 30% and they
most certainly did not make more from
Skyrim than Portal 2. Also, how is this
even relevant? I was pointing out the
fact that Valve has no issues with
generating tens of millions of sales for
their games on the PC. Ubisoft doesn't
have the franchises to match Valve's
success but their is no excuse for doing
as poorly as they did. As I stated
previously, if they just dropped the
extremely restrictive DRM they would
definitely have found PC games as a
whole to be more enticed to purchase
their titles. About your conduct again,
it is absolutely sickening to think that
morons like you are allowed to post such
vitriol on a public forum. All I have to
say is grow up child and learn to
conduct yourself like a half-way
respectable human being.

@Mr
Puggsly

That's half of all gaming
revenue and growing. Sure, much of it is
for browser games and MMOs but there are
still plenty of core games being sold
for the computer. Steam generates
tremendous sales and it's not the only
digital distributor for the PC. There is
no reason why Ubisoft can not find
enough sales to justify a port. Again,
if they ported this game without
including SecuROM I would have purchased
it and I doubt I'm the only one.
Mr Puggsly (on 04 June 2012)
@ bouzane - PC generates half of all
gaming revenue? If that's true, I'm
sure its including browser games, MMOs,
and other crap like that. For games like
this, developers need to rely on
consoles.
coolbeans (on 03 June 2012)
Hopefully Ubisoft gives none of the
credit to the marketing team's
questionable ideas. Half of their
promos felt like a slap in the face to
gamers.
ManciuD (on 03 June 2012)
bouzane does it hurt to be soo
stupid?
pc generates half of gaming
revenue?
mental institutions should
stop people like you from using
computers
ps:valve makes more money
from pc gamers because they dont supprt
console gaming(no free dlc,no updated
tf2,no digital distribution on consoles
etc) and the vast majority of valve
money comes from all steam games
sales
they made more money from 30% of
skyrim sales then their own last game
portal 2
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