Not only has Black Ops 4 proven to be a critical success with great reception from the community but it has also broken some records along the way.
Despite some being hesitant about the game’s lack of a single-player campaign, Black Ops 4 released on October 12 to acclaim from the community as players quickly began to discover all the game had to offer.
Given the newest sales reports released by SuperData Research, a record-breaking number of people picked up the game during the month of October.
In October alone, the Black Ops 4 sold a whopping 4.2 million units digitally, which is a new record for digital sales in a single month.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 sets a new high mark for console digital units. We estimate Black Ops 4 sold an estimated 4.2 million units in October on consoles, a new single month record for digital console sales.
SuperData also noted that the PC version of the game grew significantly compared to WWII’s release in 2017, but concluded that it was still a minority of the overall user base.
Black Ops 4’s main competition was Red Dead Redemption 2, which was released on October 26.
While it didn’t manage to break the monthly sales record given that it released near the end of the month, SuperData did confirm that it sold four million digital units in its first seven days of availability.
Nonetheless, SuperData reported that the video game industry had its best October ever, which is a good sign for video games in general.
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