Assassin’s Creed Is The Most Selling Series For Ubisoft

Does this really surprise anyone? Assassin’s Creed has sold a total of 73 million copies worldwide. Nothing else from Ubisoft has ever come close to outselling Assassin’s Creed which is too bad because that means they’re going to keep milking this franchise. Coming up in second place, surprisingly, is Just Dance with 48 million copies sold. Splinter Cell is in third place with 30 million copies sold and that’s not bad considering that it is a stealth game and those games don’t tend to sell well in today’s market.

Here is the full list of sales figures for Ubisoft’s game franchises.

  •  Assassin’s Creed®: 73 million
  •  Just Dance™: 48 million
  •  Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell®: 30 million
  •  Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six®: 26 million
  •  Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon®: 25 million
  •  Petz®: 24 million
  •  Rayman®: 25 million
  •  Imagine™: 21 million
  •  Prince of Persia®: 20 million
  •  Driver®: 19 million
  •  Far Cry®: 18 million
  •  Rayman Raving Rabbids®: 14 million
  •  The Settlers®: 10 million
  • The Experience: 9 million
  •  Anno™: 5 million
  • Your Shape: 3 million

All of the Tom Clancy games have done very well considering how much time passes before a new game is released. I honestly thought Far Cry would have been higher on the list. I would like to say congratulations to Ubisoft for all of their success as a gaming company. They have made some really amazing games over the years and I hope they continue to do just that for many more years to come. Maybe we could convince to scrap that new Prince of Persia game and give us a real one. That would be awesome.

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