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Gran Turismo Sport Sells an Estimated 982,000 Units First Week at Retail

Gran Turismo Sport Sells an Estimated 982,000 Units First Week at Retail - Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted on 07 December 2017 / 14,976 Views

The racing game from publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Polyphony Digital - Gran Turismo Sport - sold 982,360 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 21.


Breaking down the sales by region, the game sold best in Europe with 528,456 units sold (54%), compared to 162,336 units sold in the US (17%) and 148,613 units sold in Japan (15%). Looking more closely at Europe, the game sold an estimated 74,556 units in the UK, 116,531 units in Germany, and 78,878 units in France.

Gran Turismo Sport released for the PlayStation 4 in North America on October 17, in Europe on October 18 and in Japan on October 19.

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 or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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PEEPer0nni (on 06 December 2017)

Better than GT6 and it's not even a numbered entry plus higher digital ratio. I think it sold 1.3 million in total.

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Mr Puggsly PEEPer0nni (on 07 December 2017)

True, but I believe the consensus was GT6 did modest numbers for the series do platform and release date. This is the first GT and its hyped a complete game being updated over time.

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LivingMetal (on 06 December 2017)

This just goes to show that an average 76 score on Metacritic isn't everything.

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SixAxis89 LivingMetal (on 06 December 2017)
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LivingMetal LivingMetal (on 06 December 2017)

I think it's pretty sad that you're happier with ignorance by not reading reviews of the game in which the quality is there. What it lacks is content which has been compensated and will be compensated by updates of new content.

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SmashBros01 LivingMetal (on 06 December 2017)

If I only played games based on Metacritic scores, I would sadly miss out on so many great games. Total agree with LivingMetal!

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DonFerrari LivingMetal (on 07 December 2017)

The game is great and there is content, a lot of the reviews are faulty... reading ones that are more dedicated to racing or serious like arstechnica, eurogamer, etc they said the game is good but sure had less content than competition.

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Mr Puggsly LivingMetal (on 07 December 2017)

The score is a reflection of the lack of content, lacking value some might say. Other racers would get lower scores for the same reason.

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Sergio18 (on 06 December 2017)

I love the game <3

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Gamer147 (on 06 December 2017)


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DialgaMarine (on 06 December 2017)

I imagine that PD continuing a strong push with post-launch updates, this game will have pretty solid legs. Having better launch sales than GT6 isn’t amazing, but it’s still solid considering how badly reviewers put this game down, compared to the competition.

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SmashBros01 (on 06 December 2017)

For GT Sports, do you need to have PSN Plus or just interest access in order to play the game?

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PEEPer0nni SmashBros01 (on 06 December 2017)

PSplus for multiplayer (which is the main focus of this game anyways). Internet connection is enough for singleplayer.

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SmashBros01 SmashBros01 (on 06 December 2017)

Okay thank you! I just wanted to make sure because I don't have PSN Plus.

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DonFerrari SmashBros01 (on 07 December 2017)

So wait until the middle of this month to get the free DLC that will increase the singleplayer campaign

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Kerotan (on 06 December 2017)

A glorified prologue. No other series atm can come close to this. And I'm talking sim racers on console. GT7 will be in an even bigger league of its own.

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Errorist76 Kerotan (on 06 December 2017)

There won't be any GT7. This IS GT7...and as we know already the missing GT mode will come next week!

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Azzanation Kerotan (on 07 December 2017)

76 metacritic says otherwise

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Errorist76 Kerotan (on 07 December 2017)

The only criticism all those reviewers had was lack in content anyway...most said it’s an excellent racer, which it is. The lack in content is going to be resolved soon, starting with the career update next week.

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Bristow9091 (on 06 December 2017)

Shame it didn't quite break 1m first week at retail, but for all the flack it's been getting it's still impressive!

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DonFerrari Bristow9091 (on 07 December 2017)

Consider the margin of error and give it 1M =]
Also I haven't checked but are the numbers compatible with NPD, Japan and UK numbers?

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DonFerrari (on 07 December 2017)

A lot lower than most previous GT, but I like the game a lot.

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Errorist76 (on 06 December 2017)

Proud of my German (and European) brethren! Nation of car (and GT) lovers for sure :)

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KratosLives (on 06 December 2017)

are there any tvs that take advantage of the wide colour gamut spectrum this game has?

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DonFerrari KratosLives (on 07 December 2017)

Nope, the full spectrum of the game have no TV to see it by what Svennoj looked at.

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xl-klaudkil (on 06 December 2017)
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Azzanation (on 06 December 2017)
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OsafuneKatana (on 06 December 2017)
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Ggordon (on 06 December 2017)
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