Assassin's Creed Syndicate

Global Total as of 24th Jun 2017 (units): 3.60m
Platform: PlayStation 4Also on: Microsoft Windows, Xbox One
Developer: Ubisoft Quebec Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.87m 24.0%
+ Europe: 2.11m 58.6%
+ Japan: 0.08m 2.1%
+ Rest of the World: 0.55m 15.3%
= Global 3.60m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Assassin's Creed Syndicate UbisoftNorth America23rd October 2015Retail
Assassin's Creed Syndicate UbisoftEurope23rd October 2015Retail
Assassin's Creed Syndicate UbisoftJapan12th November 2015Retail

Game Overview

Assassin's Creed Syndicate is an action-adventure game developed by Ubisoft Quebec and published by Ubisoft, being released on PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in October 2015, with a Microsoft Windows release following in the fall. It is the ninth installment in the main Assassin's Creed franchise, with its setting taking place in London during the height of the Industrial Revolution.

Players will embody both Jacob Frye and Evie Frye, twin Assassins raised to follow the Creed. Jacob, a determined, hot-headed and rebellious leader of an underground gang, is vastly different than his sister Evie, a master of stealth and control. Together, Jacob and Evie team up to challenge rivals, plutocrats and Templars alike to free the masses from poverty and corruption, and ultimately wrestle back control of London.

Comments

OneKartVita (on 05 March 2016)
Almost 3m retail on ps4. At least that
sku is doing good
Mr Puggsly (on 14 January 2016)
The biggest problem is the series has no
direction. There have been like 9 major
console releases and the story hasn't
really gone anywhere since AC3 (the 5th
release).

Fans are losing interest
for numerous reasons. Too many releases
in a relatively short period, repetitive
gameplay, some releases are small
improvements to the predecessor, some
releases have been mediocre, and as I
mentioned before the story lacks
direction.

This game has probably
sold over 4 million units with digital
included, the series still has a
following. But they need to do something
significant to bring more long time fans
back.
darkneal (on 12 January 2016)
Sales have never been that big for the
'inbetween' AC games though. Wait till
they stick a '5' after the title,
that's bumps a couple mill right there.
fireburn95 (on 06 January 2016)
Well they don't suck, but you can
definitely see a fatigue
fireburn95 (on 06 January 2016)
Considering AC4 did over 11 m sales, nah
OneKart these sales kinda do suck.
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