Destiny

Global Total as of 11th Oct 2014 (units): 1.82m
Platform: Xbox OneAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4
Developer: Bungie Software Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 1.19m 65.4%
+ Europe: 0.49m 26.9%
+ Rest of the World: 0.14m 7.8%
= Global 1.82m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Destiny ActivisionEurope09th September 2014Retail
Destiny ActivisionNorth America09th September 2014Retail

Game Overview

Destiny is a first-person shooter that is developed by Bungie Software, for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. It is the first game created by Bungie that has appeared on Sony platforms, and it is one of the highest-selling games to make its debut, surpassing $500 million.

Humanity has gone through a golden age, thanks to a mysterious object known as The Traveler. Lifespan increased greatly, technology thrived, and the planets of the Solar System were populated. However, this age ceased when humanity was nearly wiped into extinction. A massive enemy, The Darkness, seeks to end humanity. The player is a Guardian, a human with the power of the traveler, and must use the power to stop the Darkness and save humanity. 

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Comments

Mr Puggsly (5 days ago)
@teamsilent13 - Now I tried Ghost on the
360. The population is 45K. A far cry
from what series used to
achieve.

This verifies what I've
suspected. Its not just Halo, the
population has declined in all console
shooters.

Online shooters are still
popular. But maybe people are spending
less time with them due to fatigue.
Mr Puggsly (on 23 October 2014)
I just put in MW3 to see how its
population is doing. Nearly 17K in
playlists. That's about the same as
Halo 4.

It should also be noted older
Halo games have a smaller population
than old CoD games. The Halo series is
still popular. CoD series is just
significantly more popular.

Again,
you aren't using your head. You're
just comparing Halo to the most popular
console shooting series in the world.
teamsilent13 (on 22 October 2014)
BTW another thread that I will post when
I find shows that those numbers are even
greatly increased from their actual
population as shown online. It is
assumed that the population may include
campaign numbers which are not easily
tracked, but it is not just multiplayer
numbers.
teamsilent13 (on 22 October 2014)
You are delusional. I already gave
examples why 5 call of duty games ahead
of Halo 4 is not normal for the
franchise.
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.p
hp?t=709697
Mr Puggsly (on 20 October 2014)
@teamsilent13 - Please use your head.
CoD is the most popular shooter, period.
Having peaks around 20K is still
impressive and most games would love to
have it.
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