Gran Turismo 5

Global Total as of 06th Dec 2014 (units): 10.52m
Platform: PlayStation 3
Developer: Polyphony Digital Genre: Racing

Total Units

North America: 2.86m 27.2%
+ Europe: 4.74m 45.1%
+ Japan: 0.81m 7.7%
+ Rest of the World: 2.11m 20.0%
= Global 10.52m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
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.

http://gamewise.co/games/17222/Gran-Turismo-5

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Comments

CGI-Quality (1 day ago)
The sales are undertracked, "like it or
not". They've yet to be updated. Not a
big issue, but it's there.
atma998 (2 days ago)
The fact that GT5 did not manage to
outsell its counterparts despite all the
bundles, rereleases and special editions
reveals something about the strength of
the franchise. GT6 numbers is just
confirming that trend, like it or not.


And stop calling the sales being
undertracked, at that point I don't
think 500k more copies sold would make
such a difference in the analysis.
CGI-Quality (3 days ago)
Edit, make that three years apart
between releases, but my point stands.
CGI-Quality (3 days ago)
Saying GT5 "failed" in outselling
counterparts is grasping at best,
particularly when we don't even know
what's it sold up to this point (again,
these numbers, like the ones on
Polyphony's site, are nearly two years
outdated).

GT6 proves nothing,
except that Sony f-ed up on when they
released it. No franchise loses that
many players between releases,
especially just two years apart.

So,
like I said, that side of the coin is
pointless to debate about until future
releases.
atma998 (6 days ago)
@CGI-Quality

GT5 was the first
iteration of the series on a new
generation of console therefore you have
to compare it with GT and GT3. GT6 on
the other hand can be compared with GT2
and GT4. That said, both GT5 and GT6
failed in outselling their counterparts.
Based on GT5 and GT6 sales we can easily
see the franchise is going down. Maybe
GT7 will reverse this trend, who
knows?

I don't see the point in
waiting for GT7 (or GT8 while you're at
it) numbers before ''conceding'' the
sales dropped in comparison to GT games
of previous generations.
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