Sunset Overdrive

Global Total as of 28th Mar 2015 (units): 0.78m
Platform: Xbox One
Developer: Insomniac Games Genre: Shooter

Total Units

North America: 0.44m 56.8%
+ Europe: 0.29m 37.5%
+ Japan: 0.00m 0.5%
+ Rest of the World: 0.04m 5.2%
= Global 0.78m

Release History

Sunset Overdrive Microsoft Game StudiosNorth America28th October 2014Retail
Sunset Overdrive Microsoft Game StudiosJapan30th October 2014Retail
Sunset Overdrive Microsoft Game StudiosEurope31st October 2014Retail

Game Overview

Sunset Overdrive is an open-world, third-person shooter game developed by Insomniac Games and published by Microsoft Studios exclusively for Xbox One. It is set to release October 28, 2014.

After the company FizzCo. throws a party to celebrate its new energy drink, OverCharge Delirium XT, the city becomes infested with mutated humans called OD's. It is now the Awesomepocalypse and you, a FizzCo. employee, are tasked with cleaning up the mess using various weapons, methods, and factions throughout the city.


Ryng_Tolu (on 15 May 2015)
Imo, i think is a little undertracked. I
haven't a source, is just what i think.
Mr Puggsly (on 28 March 2015)
With sales like this a PC port is more
likely to happen. That way MS can give
Windows users a notable game and boost
fireburn95 (on 16 March 2015)
@dark, Competition is never an excuse.
They can choose to release whenever, MS
chose to release in october. The SO
bundle is still available in GAME here
in UK, I know it continued to be on sale
all throughout christmas in USA. R&C has
been heavily milked for one generation,
but thing with R&C it wasnt high but it
was consistent, approx 1 millionish was
easy for each game.
darkenergy (on 15 March 2015)
@fireburn Insomniac's games don't sell
alot just look at the Ratchet and Clank
series there was no heavily backing from
what I know and please people are
forgetting the bundle sold out one week
and Microsoft said there will be no more
of it, oh did you forget about SO
releasing right where games like
COD,Assassin's Creed, etc were right
around the corner? If there were a game
that sold less with no competition just
look at the Order.
fireburn95 (on 08 March 2015)
@floatingwaffled, it isnt bad but
certainly not good. A new, original AAA
IP heavily backed by the console
manufacture and heavily marketed with
very little competition and even a
limited edition bundle, and 760k after
12ish weeks
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