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Watch Dogs 2 Sells an Estimated 938K Units First Week at Retail

Watch Dogs 2 Sells an Estimated 938K Units First Week at Retail - Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted on 13 December 2016 / 59,030 Views

The open world action-adventure video game from Ubisoft - Watch Dogs 2 - sold 937,842 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 November 19.

Breaking down the sales by platform, the game sold best on the PlayStation 4 with 715,773 units sold (76%), compared to 222,069 units sold on the Xbox One (24%). 

 

Breaking down the sales by region, the game sold best in Europe with 385,121 units sold (41%), compared to 381,276 units sold in the US (41%). Looking more closely at Europe, the game sold an estimated 78,244 units in the UK, 66,287 units in Germany, and 65,627 units in France.

The original Watch Dogs sold 3.64 million units in its first week on sale in May 2014. That puts first week sales of Watch Dogs 2 at just 26 percent of the original.

Watch Dogs 2 released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One worldwide on November 15.


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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15 Comments
onionberry (on 13 December 2016)

too bad because the game is awesome, but that's what happens when your past is disappointing.

  • +5
shikamaru317 (on 13 December 2016)

Wow, 26%. Ubisoft must be disappointed by that, even if they are likely to make back the budget over time.

  • +4
mountaindewslave (on 14 December 2016)

Ubisoft having some pretty weak releases lately, might wake upper management to put more time into their games now

  • +2
KazumaKiryu (on 14 December 2016)

bad sales figures. I find Watch Dogs 2 boring, sorry. The story and characters are so boring -.- The gameplay is..well.. "okay". GTA 5 was awesome, Yakuza 6 is incridble. Both games have much more development effort and love in detail from the developers. UbiSoft is so disappointing. I hope, Watch Dogs 3 in 2 years is better than the first&second Watch Dogs -.-

  • +1
hershel_layton (on 13 December 2016)

Look at the bright side. The game was pretty good, and was WAY better than the original. Of course, people will now complain about sales, as they need something to whine about

  • +1
Stefan.De.Machtige (on 13 December 2016)

This may be the (slow) death of WD 2. Ubi is aiming for the big tenthpole franchises at this point.

  • +1
NDevil (on 13 December 2016)

The game sold better in its second week than its first (UK +5%)

  • +1
Shubham@vgc (on 17 December 2016)

this game deserves more......
it is way much more better than first one
and in my personal opinion one of the best games in 2016....

  • 0
zippy (on 13 December 2016)

Great game, so much better than the original which I also personaly enjoyed.

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ClassicGamingWizzz (on 13 December 2016)

They done fucked it up with the first game, but this game will keep selling, its the last deal of christmas on psn, it will be 35 euros then, i will buy it , game looks amazing and it runs amazing on ps4 pro.

  • 0
Madword ClassicGamingWizzz (on 13 December 2016)

Its a very pretty game on PS Pro...very impressed with what I have played so far of it.

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Nintation360 (on 13 December 2016)

Ouch.....

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Dyllyo (on 13 December 2016)

Lol. And only 220K on Xbox.

Still that is way more total than I expected. At least it's doing alright. Looks like a way better game than the original.

  • -3
barneystinson69 Dyllyo (on 13 December 2016)

Way more? These numbers are abysmal at best.

  • +3
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