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フォールアウト4

Developer

Bethesda Game Studios

Genre

Role-Playing

Other Versions

PS4, PC, All

Release Dates

11/10/15 Bethesda Softworks
12/17/15 Bethesda Softworks
11/10/15 Bethesda Softworks

Community Stats

Owners: 17
Favorite: 3
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 0
Now Playing: 1
 
7.4

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Fallout 4 (XOne) > Opinions (16)

barneystinson69 posted 29/07/2016, 01:12
Nearing 4 million sales. Not too shabby!
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oniyide posted 30/03/2016, 05:06
couldnt one say that this sold significantly better on PS4 as well?
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darkneal posted 28/11/2015, 12:19
Was the Witcher heavilly advertised in the US by microsoft? That would be interesting to know, cause its kinda weird that similar games albeit set in a different genre like Witcher and Fallout could have such dispariging sales i the US. From my pov in the UK Witcher was primarilly pushed on the PS4 while Fallout has been heavilly advertisex on Xbox. If that was repeated in the US then it explains a lot. Xbox can compete sales wise as long as the US are interested in an IP.
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Mr Puggsly posted 28/11/2015, 03:34
Exclusive advertising isn't worth much. People knew it was multiplat and they bought it on their preferred platform.

Fallout 4 is really popular in the US. While Witcher 3 is a modest success in the US. That's the primary reason why Witcher 3 sold significantly better on PS4. Regardless of advertising, Fallout 4 appealed to the X1 audience more than Witcher 3. No amount of advertising could change that.
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fireburn95 posted 27/11/2015, 11:51
I don't think the majority of consumers care whether the version is a port, 900p, drops a few frames or so on. It's only us who spend a lot of time on gaming websites who make that fuss. The game was advertised well (atleast here in UK) plenty of ads for it. I blame microsoft for not giving it the 'destiny' treatment. MS didn't really have a retail exclusive for the first 7 /8 months of this year, so withcer should've been treated like a first party project.

In this case, it's a testament to how big/great fallout is that it can sell well inspite of not as heavy marketing from xbox and move a few consoles too.
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Mr Puggsly posted 27/11/2015, 11:43
Well remember the lead platform for Witcher 3 is PC, while Xbox is just a port. Xbox is just extra money, not the bread and butter.

Also, MS paid for advertising thus making Xbox support even more worthwhile.

We dont know what the expectations for Witcher 3 on consoles Xbox was. But I assume it sold well enough to justify the port.
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fireburn95 posted 27/11/2015, 10:05
Witcher 3 and fallout 4 were in similar positions imo. Two 'gamers' games with a marketing and hard bundle deal with xbox. Obv fallout is way popular but that's why I compared them.

On your first note, if a game like witcher can't even get to 1 million at retail after this long, I'd be very surprised if it was considered acceptable.
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Mr Puggsly posted 27/11/2015, 10:00
On a side note, that was cherry picking done by you. I can think of many games that didnt have a sales disparity like Witcher 3.
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Mr Puggsly posted 27/11/2015, 09:49
What you deem acceptable is different than publishers.

Its near a million on X1 and likely passed a million via digital. It doesent need to sell as well as the PS4 version to make it worthwhile.
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fireburn95 posted 27/11/2015, 09:22
It hasn't even hit 1 million on xb1, ofcourse vs ps4 its always gonna be bad, but on it's own accord, it is bad. But 1.7/15 is pretty good, infact, outside of cod, it's the only third party attach rate that is probably deemed acceptable to the ratio per install base
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Mr Puggsly posted 27/11/2015, 06:42
Well you arent impressed by Witcher 3 numbers on X1 because its performance on PS4 primarily.

I think Fallout 4 did exceptionally better because its a more popular game in the US.
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fireburn95 posted 27/11/2015, 06:04
No idea where i implied that but okay. I dont even think i mentioned ps4
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Mr Puggsly posted 27/11/2015, 07:18
@fireburn95 - Well Xbox isn't gonna get ahead of PS4 regardless how aggressive the marketing is. But hey, a console that can sell this much software is doing well.
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H3ADShOt3 posted 27/11/2015, 03:12
Wow second best xbox one launch!
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fireburn95 posted 26/11/2015, 11:43
*I mean the low sales of witcher on xb1
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fireburn95 posted 26/11/2015, 11:43
The only case i'd say xbox marketing has actually paid off, even in the slightest. Fallouts bigger than witcher but I thought sales of witcher and also xbox's october november busy schedule would affect fallout slightly, but I think considering install base it's done pretty good.
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Sales History

Total Sales
0.02m
Japan
2.94m
NA
1.62m
Europe
0.45m
Others
5.03m
Total
1 n/a 876,815 414,810 216,377 1,508,002
2 n/a 220,011 101,790 54,156 375,957
3 n/a 194,727 105,522 48,858 349,107
4 n/a 103,333 80,102 27,374 210,809
5 n/a 95,989 67,251 24,998 188,238
6 5,909 116,151 92,799 30,934 245,793
7 2,209 128,129 94,254 33,638 258,230
8 1,239 90,322 43,913 22,360 157,834
9 497 36,161 14,606 8,773 60,037
10 262 27,568 6,529 6,412 40,771

Opinion (16)

barneystinson69 posted 29/07/2016, 01:12
Nearing 4 million sales. Not too shabby!
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oniyide posted 30/03/2016, 05:06
couldnt one say that this sold significantly better on PS4 as well?
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darkneal posted 28/11/2015, 12:19
Was the Witcher heavilly advertised in the US by microsoft? That would be interesting to know, cause its kinda weird that similar games albeit set in a different genre like Witcher and Fallout could have such dispariging sales i the US. From my pov in the UK Witcher was primarilly pushed on the PS4 while Fallout has been heavilly advertisex on Xbox. If that was repeated in the US then it explains a lot. Xbox can compete sales wise as long as the US are interested in an IP.
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Mr Puggsly posted 28/11/2015, 03:34
Exclusive advertising isn't worth much. People knew it was multiplat and they bought it on their preferred platform.

Fallout 4 is really popular in the US. While Witcher 3 is a modest success in the US. That's the primary reason why Witcher 3 sold significantly better on PS4. Regardless of advertising, Fallout 4 appealed to the X1 audience more than Witcher 3. No amount of advertising could change that.
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fireburn95 posted 27/11/2015, 11:51
I don't think the majority of consumers care whether the version is a port, 900p, drops a few frames or so on. It's only us who spend a lot of time on gaming websites who make that fuss. The game was advertised well (atleast here in UK) plenty of ads for it. I blame microsoft for not giving it the 'destiny' treatment. MS didn't really have a retail exclusive for the first 7 /8 months of this year, so withcer should've been treated like a first party project.

In this case, it's a testament to how big/great fallout is that it can sell well inspite of not as heavy marketing from xbox and move a few consoles too.
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Mr Puggsly posted 27/11/2015, 11:43
Well remember the lead platform for Witcher 3 is PC, while Xbox is just a port. Xbox is just extra money, not the bread and butter.

Also, MS paid for advertising thus making Xbox support even more worthwhile.

We dont know what the expectations for Witcher 3 on consoles Xbox was. But I assume it sold well enough to justify the port.
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