On Wednesday, we learned that Tom Clancy’s The Division sold over 80,000 copies on PS4 in Japan, according to Media Create. Unfortunately, the Xbox One version did not make the top 20 chart. So we did not know precisely how it did, until today.
Media Create released its top 50 ranking, and the Xbox One version of the game did not manage to make even that. We still learn how much it sold, though, as Media Create shared that about 1,000 copies of the game for Microsoft’s console found a loving Japanese home.
That’s not too surprising, considering that the total installed base of the console is currently sitting at 65,603 in the whole country.
On the other end of the spectrum, we also learn that the PS4 version sold 85.5% of its initial shipment, which is a very flattering result in Japan for a western game. In comparison, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege sold only 23,000 copies in its first week on the shelves in Japan, and 87,000 in total so far.
The Division seems to have clicked much better with the Japanese audience (and with every audience, really), almost matching its fellow Tom Clancy’s game’s lifetime sales in a single week.