Watch Dogs Legion Sold 1.9 Million Digital Units in 3 Days, Crash 4 Sold 402,000 Digital Units - SalesWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 06 February 2021 / 5,741 Views
Despite only being available for just the final three days of October, Watch Dogs Legion sold 1.9 million digital units, according to a report by research firm SuperData. This is several times higher than Watch Dogs 2, which sold 431,000 digital units in November 2016.
FIFA 21 sold 1.5 million digital units in October, This is higher than the launch month of FIFA 20, which sold 1.2 million digital units. However, it should be noted FIFA 20 launched at the end of September 2019, while FIFA 21 launched at the beginning of October 2020, so the latest release was available for longer in its first month.
Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time sold 402,000 digital units in October. This compares to Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, which sold 520,000 digital units in June 2017, and Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, which sold 552,000 digital units in June 2019.
Star Wars: Squadrons sold 1.1 million digital units in October, which was a better launch month than Star Wars: Battlefront II. That game sold 1.0 million digital units in its launch month. However, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order had a much larger launch with 2.9 million digital units sold.
Game subscription services saw year-over-year revenue growth of 142 percent with the total number of subscribers growing 113 percent. Xbox Game Pass accounted for the majority of growth for both revenue and number of subscribers. The services SuperData tracks are Xbox Game Pass, PlayStation Now, and EA Play.
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