Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by statuesorbust, Jul 2, 2010.
Here is a little sales data for Transformers: War for Cybertron
This is all I get:
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Same here. Link's not working.
The website comes up fine for me.
Tried it again, and it came up. Fantastic looking figures. This might have help prompt the DLC to show up even faster.
Wow thats really good for just the 1st week!
Excellent figures. Very encouraging.
However I wonder what the Europe figures would have looked like if the game had been readily available in the UK on release day...?
Now the link works for me.
Damn, that's pretty good for the first week of selling WFC.
I would have expected a much higher sales number honestly. Thats only like 2% of the week one sales of any of the cod games.
CoD is also super-mega-ultra-bunkerbustingly popular. I think these are great figures.
a bit incomplete for as sales info goes. No Wii or DS sales numbers. but encouraging none the less.
Are you serious? COD is on it's fifth sequel. It's been a lauded game with a devoted following. Why in the world would WFC, a new property, sell anywhere near as much as that?
I'll say it though... It think this means there will be a sequel, as this game will probably easily crack the 500,000 mark that usually equals a sequel.
I am not saying it should pass the COD game in sales......BUT Red Dead redemption sold 1.5 million in the first week. I will say however that the transformers franchise has released more games than COD so its not really the best comparison.
That's a sequel, too. Also, the TF games vary greatly, and are made by many different developers.
I haven't seen PC related data or Wii data yet. I will post as soon as that comes out.
Okay so I now have a little more info, but still no PC data.
Anyone mind mirroring the data here? I can't see the site.
No indication of Australian/New Zealand sales there either, which would only further increase the sales figures.
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