The Last of Us

Global Total as of 23rd Jan 2016 (units): 5.88m
Platform: PlayStation 3Also on: PlayStation 4
Developer: Naughty Dog Genre: Action

UK First Ten Weeks (Units)

Week EndingWeekWeeklyChangeTotal
15th June 20131131,350N/A131,350
22nd June 2013268,073-48.2%199,423
29th June 2013343,577-36.0%243,000
06th July 2013423,994-44.9%266,994
13th July 2013513,789-42.5%280,783
20th July 2013610,739-22.1%291,522
27th July 201379,168-14.6%300,690
03rd August 201388,940-2.5%309,630
10th August 201396,540-26.8%316,170
17th August 2013105,357-18.1%321,527

UK Annual Summary (Units)

YearYearlyChangeTotal
2013446,267N/A446,267
201481,773-81.7%528,040
201536,860-54.9%564,900
20162,010-94.5%566,910

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Comments

VXIII (on 11 January 2016)
While this is a valid point, but
customers get to choose between various
bundles as well. So the game is the
reason why the bundle is selling better
than the other bundles. "cheating"
bundles usually happen in the holidays
seasons when it is the main discounted
bundle for the season with the game
thrown in for free. Happened to
Uncharted 3 and the more recently
AC:Unity on Xbox One.
Mr Puggsly (on 10 January 2016)
I'm not talking it down, just pointing
out this is a mass bundled game. The
weekly sales charts reflect that. I only
pointed that out because the praise of
the sales with not mention of
bundles.

Given what you post on some
Xbox walls you shouldn't be so
sensitive.
SlayerRondo (on 19 December 2015)
Ah Mr Puggsly, why am I not surprised to
hear you talking down a PlayStation
success? I am sure that when Microsoft
bundles games you are more than willing
to talk down the importance of bundles
in those circumstances or talk up how
many digital sales there must have been.
Sometimes I wish I were able to be such
a hypocrite.
Dadrik (on 20 November 2015)
Of course
Mr Puggsly (on 14 November 2015)
Without mass bundling I don't think
this is the hit people think it is.
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