Bayonetta 2

Global Total as of 28th Mar 2015 (units): 0.67m
Platform: Wii U
Developer: PlatinumGames Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.36m 54.2%
+ Europe: 0.18m 27.6%
+ Japan: 0.07m 11.0%
+ Rest of the World: 0.05m 7.2%
= Global 0.67m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Bayonetta 2 NintendoJapan20th September 2014Retail
Bayonetta 2 NintendoNorth America24th October 2014Retail
Bayonetta 2 NintendoEurope24th October 2014Retail

Game Overview

Bayonetta 2 is an action game developed by Platinum Games and published by Nintendo. It was released exclusively for the Wii U in October, 2014, and is a sequel to the original Bayonetta.

The game follows the story of Bayonetta, one of the last Umbra Witchs still in existence, that fights angels for a living. After an immense battle on the surface, Jeanne, Bayonetta's ally, is injured. Her sould is knocked out of her body by the demon dragon Gomorrah. Jeanne is captured before she could return to her body and is dragged down into Inferno. Bayonetta must now fight her way through Inferno, Paradiso, and Earth to retrieve Jeanne's soul, a task that is said to not have any odds in her favor. 

http://gamewise.co/games/3976/Bayonetta-2

Comments

seinsmeld (on 28 April 2015)
u know what, exactly how many units it
sold doesn't matter. it sold enough
that they are considering a sequel and
thats all that counts!!!
Ryng_Tolu (on 28 April 2015)
We will never have some adjustment...
any way, that what i think.
175,000
NA
140,000 EU
70,000 JP
Globally =
above 400,000
Nintendo games have legs,
more and more title have more than
double the sales lifetime at this
point.
So, possible +800,000
lifetime... but under 1,000,000. Sad for
the best game of this generation as for
now...
Kowan (on 20 April 2015)
I doubt we'll have any adjustments at
all. VGchartz is gonna stick with its
estimates.
fluky-nintendy (on 17 April 2015)
Maybe it sold over 200k in Canada.
That's the only possible excuse now.
outlawauron (on 17 April 2015)
Ouch. I knew it was overtracked because
that's what happens with niche titles,
but 157k isn't good.
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