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Titanfall 2 Sells an Estimated 385K Units First Week at Retail

Titanfall 2 Sells an Estimated 385K Units First Week at Retail - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 22 November 2016 / 52,172 Views

The first-person shooter from Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment - Titanfall 2 - sold 385,499 units first week at retail, according to our estimates. First week sales can be viewed on the VGChartz Global Weekly Chart for the week ending October 29.

Breaking down the sales by platform, the game sold best on the PlayStation 4 with 191,819 units sold (50%), compared to 173,007 units sold on the Xbox One (45%). The game also sold 20,673 units on Windows PC (5%).


Breaking down the sales by region, the game sold best in the US with 184,999 units sold (48%), compared to 115,726 units sold in Europe (30%). It also sold 21,989 units in Japan. Looking more closely at Europe, the game sold an estimated 31,961 units in the UK, 18,571 units in Germany, and 17,378 units in France.

Titanfall 2 released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC worldwide on October 28.


A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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22 Comments
StriderKiwi (on 23 November 2016)

Farming Simulator and DB did better in their first week. Thanks EA for sending the second in an awesome series to the firing squad. Sigh Sandwiched between Battlefield 1 and CoD Infinite Warfare, it just never stood a chance...

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Nuvendil (on 22 November 2016)

REALLY hope this has great legs. The gameplay is awesome, the DLC will be free, and it has a great singleplayer campaign. And get this: the singleplayer has good level design! Good level design in shooters is so freaking rare though Doom and Splatoon have made efforts to change that. Seriously, this game DESERVES to succeed people.

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foodfather Nuvendil (on 23 November 2016)

The single player is average. You are right on the design though, great level design and platforming, but the missions, story, set pieces... not so much.

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C_Hollomon (on 22 November 2016)

When you on a budget and can afford 1 FPS, 9 times out of 10 you'd get what you been playing for years or what your friends play. BF and COD been around longer and have a huge fan base. TF just didn't stand a chance.

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iNathan (on 23 November 2016)

Best fps of the Generation, worse sales. Wtf?

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jason1637 iNathan (on 23 November 2016)

The first one was way better.

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monsterduc1000 (on 30 November 2016)

That's too bad. Picked this game up on Black Friday for cheap and was pleasantly surprised by how good it actually is.

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illdill1987 (on 25 November 2016)

Everyone is just waiting for more NES Classics

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Seventizz (on 24 November 2016)

The multiplayer took a step down from the original. I bought it for my X1, but I don't plan on making the online game anywhere near as much. Luckily, the original still has a very healthy community.

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SamLeheny (on 23 November 2016)

Ouch.
Sucks, because the campaign''s actually bloody amazing. A full 180 for a series that once questioned the necessity of even having a single player mode.

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cpg716 (on 23 November 2016)

Huh? Your Global Chart says 541,104 ?? Says it sold over 345k on Xbox One alone.. Why the discrepancy ?

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Dyllyo (on 23 November 2016)

Hey, that's more than I thought honestly.

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gigaSheik (on 23 November 2016)

Crappy sales.

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estebxx (on 23 November 2016)

This game deserves so much more love...

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malistix1985 (on 23 November 2016)

I won this game on twitter and have no interest in the multiplayer but I greatly enjoyed the campaign, on that alone, its easely worth at least half of the full retail price, considering the praise of the multiplayer i have seen, I am pretty sure people need to just buy this if they are interested in it.

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chidori-chan2 (on 23 November 2016)

this game bad sales is a victim of the console wars, Most Sony fans will not pick it up because it was a Microsoft exclusive in the past.

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cpg716 chidori-chan2 (on 23 November 2016)

And yet it sold more on PS4.. :)

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Seventizz chidori-chan2 (on 24 November 2016)

Fans of the original game were turned off by the beta.

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estebxx chidori-chan2 (on 25 November 2016)

Yeah thats bullshit, i bought this game the moment i could.

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Symbolic chidori-chan2 (on 25 November 2016)

Does this also mean that most of the Xbox owners that bought the first one only did so because it was a Microsoft exclusive? Titanfall sold 942k on Xbox One and 408k on Xbox 360 first week, yet Titanfall 2 only sold 173k on Xbox One first week.

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spacedelete chidori-chan2 (on 27 November 2016)

i know thats the case to me. i'm still salty and vowed i would not but the second if it released on ps4 and i kept my word.

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