People world wide love soccer. And if you would like any further proof that theory, all you may need to do is look into the worldwide sales for EA Sports’ FIFA 18, which includes since end up being the tentpole title for your company, outperforming including the mighty Madden NFL series.
VGChartz had recently reported the latest entry inside the series, FIFA 18, has turned into a huge seller in a short volume of time. Sales indicate that 300,000 copies sold inside past week, bringing the complete total level of copies sold to more than ten million. That’s a remarkable new sales mark to the series, and proof it shows no signs and symptoms of slowing down.
Sales were dominant inside European region, with 75 percent overall sales made up in that country, with 7.69 million units outside. However, North America didn’t do too shabby, with 2.13 million units sold (around 21 percent), leaving just 130,000 copies bought from Japan.
As to the platform the place that the game sold best, it’s information on PlayStation 4, with 7.48 million units sold overall – around 73 percent worth. Meanwhile, the Xbox One version sold 1.85 million units.
Many people expected the Nintendo Switch version as a big seller. Sadly, only 330,000 units possibly even sold on that system, while around 310,000 obsessed about PlayStation 3 (Legacy Edition), and 150,000 all about Xbox 360 (also Legacy Edition). Meanwhile, PC started in dead last, with the Windows version selling only 70,000 units.
Whether meaning FIFA is likely to make a return on Nintendo Switch has to be seen, but there’s no question we’ll be seeing FIFA 19 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in the event it rolls around in September – and EA won't doubt be adding Ultimate Team features along with other goodies to help keep soccer fans wanting more.