Tomb Raider Became Profitable at The End of 2013

on January 17, 2014 4:20 PM

Even though Tomb Raider failed to meet Square-Enix’s projected sales figures, the title still went on to become profitable by the end of last year.

Square-Enix hoped that the reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise would sell between 5-6 million copies in its first month of release. It actually sold 3.4 million copies which isn’t bad but not close to what Square-Enix had hoped for.

Despite the “low” initial sales, Square-Enix is committed to the franchise and has already let Crystal Dynamics begin work on the sequel which will be for the current gen consoles and PC.┬áThe fact that it eventually became profitable just confirms that we’ll see more games from this revamped Tomb Raider series.┬áThe upcoming “Definitive Edition” is another sign that Square-Enix is fully backing this franchise.

Make sure to check out David’s review of Tomb Raider.

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