Gran Turismo 5

Global Total as of 14th Nov 2015 (units): 10.66m
Platform: PlayStation 3
Developer: Polyphony Digital Genre: Racing

Total Units

North America: 2.92m 27.4%
+ Europe: 4.81m 45.2%
+ Japan: 0.81m 7.6%
+ Rest of the World: 2.12m 19.9%
= Global 10.66m

Release History

Gran Turismo 5 Sony Computer EntertainmentNorth America24th November 2010Retail
Gran Turismo 5 Sony Computer EntertainmentEurope24th November 2010Retail
Gran Turismo 5 Sony Computer EntertainmentJapan25th November 2010Retail
Gran Turismo 5 XL Edition Sony Computer EntertainmentNorth America17th January 2012Retail
Gran Turismo 5 Spec II Sony Computer EntertainmentJapan02nd February 2012Retail
Gran Turismo 5: Academy Edition Sony Computer EntertainmentEurope26th September 2012Retail
Gran Turismo 5 Academy Edition Sony Computer EntertainmentEurope28th September 2012Retail

Game Overview

Gran Turismo 5 is a driving simulator game for the PlayStation 3, developed by Polyphony Digital and published worldwide by Sony Computer Entertainment.The game was released on November 24, 2010 in North America and Europe, in Japan it was release on November 25, 2010.

Gran Turismo 5 the the fifth mainline entry and the biggest yet in the series, the game features over 1,000 cars and over 25 different locations, it is also the first in the series to feature Online races and Physics / Damage system.

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CGI-Quality (on 19 January 2015)
Few things to note -

- It passed
2.85m in NA (as I predicted).
- ioi
fixed the EU numbers (GT4 still needs
adjusting there, though).

interesting to see what happens once
Polyphony updates their site.
CGI-Quality (on 09 January 2015)
Keeps jumping by 20K a week. Either
it's selling that, which is unlikely,
or ioi is adjusting here-and-there where
he can!
CGI-Quality (on 07 January 2015)
I would think so, etho. You think it's
passed GT4 in totals sales yet?
ethomaz (on 07 January 2015)
The last shipped data is 10.66m as of
Mar 2013. Yeap I believe the shipment is
at least close to 12 million right

If VGC is undertracking it then
it is really a little amount... 11
million max like CGI said.
CGI-Quality (on 07 January 2015)
@ Kerotan: Yeah, the series is usually
known for strong numbers. 10 million is
the base I generally use, as I've
followed the IP's sales since GT3 back
when I was a writer for a small website
in the early 2000s. GT6 is probably a
bit under-tracked here (I'd be willing
to bet it's much closer to 5 million),
and I'm thinking GT5 is closer to GT4
too. GT6 is a fluke, though. By GT7,
things should be back to normal at 10

Still, I'll PM shortly.
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