Today Sega announced during an earnings report that Alien: Isolation has sold 2.1 million copies. This is up from the 1 million copies sold that was reported in January.
Despite total software sales hitting 12.3 million, Sega as an entity reported that “performance in the field was weak due to the harsh market environment.” Meanwhile digital sales “remained strong.” The Persona franchise in particular has sold over 6 million units.
Sega’s Consumer Business division had an operating income of ¥4.03 billion ($33.7 million), an increase of 93.1% from last year. Net sales were ¥111.76 billion ($932 million), an increase of 11.2%. Of those sales, ¥44.8 billion were from physical sales and ¥44.7 billion from digital. Sega, overall, had a large loss due to restructuring, totalling ¥11.258 billion ($93.9 million).