Last week brought the long-awaited and highly-anticipated release of Fallout 4, and while many expected the shooter/RPG to boast some big numbers in sales, the game has already proven itself a formidable sales force this holiday season with new data shedding more light on the game’s commercial success so far.
SuperData, a media marketing analytics company devoted to games, reported via GamesIndustry.biz that Fallout 4 has sold 1.87 million copies digitally after just three days on sale since its debut last week on November 10th, 2015. More specifically, SuperData also detailed that of the 1.87 million total cited, 1.2 million were digital sales on PC through Steam, while the remaining 650-670K were between sales on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.
In total, SuperData provided an estimate that the digital sales of the title in those three-day figures have accounted for $100 million (£66m) alone for Bethesda, following the company releasing a statement last week that the title reached 12 million copies shipped, with over $750 million in shipment sales estimated so far.
Fallout 4 is available now for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.