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February 2015: SuperData Shares Digital Software Sales on Consoles
Thanks to SuperData, we now have digital software sales on consoles for the month of February. The figures show worldwide sales and reveals a 3.7% reduction is spending compared to the same period in 2014.
According to SuperData, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was the top selling game of the month making $31.2 million dollars in revenue. It’s funny how people keep saying COD is repetitive but still keep spending more money on it every year.
Any guesses who’s at second place? It’s Grand Theft Auto V that earned $29.7 million. Here’s the top 10 top selling games for the month of February:
- Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – $31.6 million
- Grand Theft Auto V – $29.7 million
- FIFA 15 – $23.5 million
- Dying Light – $13.6 million
- Evolve – $12.3 million
- Battlefield 4 – $11.6 million
- Destiny – $9.9 million
- Call of Duty: Ghosts – $7.9 million
- The Order: 1886 – $7.1 million
- Far Cry 4 – $7.0 million
Sharing a bit more information, SuperData revealed that Evolve sold 192,702 units. But the most interesting news or should I say “claim” by SuperData, is that Call of Duty Black Ops 3 and Resident Evil 7 will be released this fall. Capcom nor Activision has said anything about a new installment for their respective series.
That’s probably the most exciting news of the year if it’s true.
Even though I would love to see Black Ops 3 but I have to say all hopes were for World at WAR 2. One thing’s for certain, this year’s E3 is going to be huge.
Would you like to Black Ops 3? Or are you hoping to see World at War 2?