Endless success for Assassin’s Creed: the series with 140 million copies sold

Assassin's Creed: the series

As reported by the well-known insider and market analyst Daniel Ahmad (ZhuegeEX on ResetEra), Ubisoft has updated the sales figures of its main video game franchises in recent weeks.

Truly muted in previous months, this communication reveals some interesting details about some of the most successful IPs of the French publisher. As you can see by taking a look at the image that we reported at the bottom of the news, the Assassin’s Creed series has now reached and surpassed the remarkable figure of 140 million copies sold worldwide. An impressive ascent that of the Assassins and Templars saga, which after the advent of Assassin’s Creed Origins and above all Odyssey seems not to want to give the slightest hint of the arrest.

Among the other IPs mentioned in the illustrations, we have Just Dance at 70 million copies, Far Cry at 50 million, Splinter Cell at 30 million, and the Rabbids series at 20 million. As for some of the continuous support games that have enjoyed particular success in recent years, we mention Rainbow Six Siege with 50 million players, Ghost Recon at 30 million, and For Honor and The Crew paired at 21 million. Find further details on other Ubisoft franchises by consulting the other tweets published by Ahmad that we have reported in closing.