Far Cry 4

Global Total as of 28th Mar 2015 (units): 1.13m
Platform: Xbox OneAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4
Developer: Ubisoft Genre: Shooter

Total Units

North America: 0.53m 47.0%
+ Europe: 0.53m 47.4%
+ Japan: 0.00m 0.4%
+ Rest of the World: 0.06m 5.2%
= Global 1.13m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Far Cry 4 UbisoftNorth America18th November 2014Retail
Far Cry 4 UbisoftEurope20th November 2014Retail
Far Cry 4 UbisoftJapan29th January 2015Retail

Game Overview

Far Cry 4 is a first-person shooter developed and published by Ubisoft for Microsoft WindowsPlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The fourth mainline entry in the Far Cry series, it is the sequel to the 2012 hit, Far Cry 3.

Hidden in the majestic Himalayas lies Kyrat, a country steeped in tradition and violence. You are Ajay Ghale, a native of the country, travelling to Kyrat to fulfil your mother's dying wish and scatter her ashes. Upon arrival, however, Ajay is caught up in a civil war against the evil and ruthless dictator Pagan Min. 

http://gamewise.co/games/52734/Far-Cry-4

Comments

Kerotan (on 04 February 2015)
Congrats on making it to a million.
Great game
Mr Puggsly (on 02 January 2015)
@hunter_alien - What I'm arguing is 3rd
party support makes the PS4 desirable.
If that support left the PS4 it would
have abysmal sales. Hence, its 3rd
parties that sell PS4. I'm clarifying
its actually major 3rd parties that keep
Playstation alive and not vice versa.
That applies to Xbox as well.

X1
isn't as dead in Europe as some seem to
believe. As long as MS gets competitive
with pricing they can move 15 or maybe
even 20 million units. Which is
respectable.

Again, there is
potential for Xbox to win the US if they
get competitive. Lets remember the
reason PS3 eventually passed 360 is
because Sony was willing to sacrifice
billions to get PS3 off the ground. PS3
struggled at $599, $499, and $399.
hunter_alien (on 30 December 2014)
@Mr Puggsly: I think its fair to say
that both statements are correct. You
cannot argue with the fact that for 3rd
parties the PS4 is the real money maker
at the moment, more so then the 360 was
in the 7th gen.

And the PS4 is
selling extremely well to this point
mostly on strong 3rd party
support.
These are more then enough sales for the
Xone to receive every single major 3rd
party title from this point on, but for
the moment the total lack of EU purchase
support and the tie in the US does not
bode well for the Xone.
Mr Puggsly (on 21 December 2014)
@Kerotan - PS4 is keeping our favorite
franchises going? No, 3rd parties are
continuing to make PS4 a desireable
console.

As X1 numbers grow it will
move more software. But its still moving
enough software to justify support.
oniyide (on 16 December 2014)
to be fair there are lot more PS4s sold
than xbox1s. So the discrepency is to be
expected and i dont think it will change
all that much.
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