Rise Of The Tomb Raider Sells Over 300K In First Week

Square Enix’s latest installment in the Tomb Raider franchise, Rise of the Tomb Raider, has been out for just over a week now and it has proven to be as popular as was expected.

Rise of the Tomb Raider is a timed exclusive for the Xbox and was released on both the Xbox One and the Xbox 360. It is estimated that in its first week the game has sold just over 300,000 units worldwide at retail.riseofthetombraider1

The sales can be broken down in several different ways. if they are broken down by sales then the game sold best on the Xbox One with 229,742 units sold (76%), compared to 71,286 units sold on the Xbox 360 (24%).

You can also break it down by region. The game sold best in the US with 143,817 units sold (48%), compared to 124,384 units sold in Europe (41%). Looking more closely at Europe, the gameĀ sold 46,679 units in the UK, 19,844 units in Germany, and 22,323 units in France. Rise of the Tomb Raider has been out slightly longer in North America, having been released on November 10 compared to November 13 in Europe.

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5 thoughts on “Rise Of The Tomb Raider Sells Over 300K In First Week

  • 29/11/2015 at 4:09 am

    @SquareEnix @tombraider Pretty good isn’t it? I’m going to buy it for my son’s Xbox for Christmas. Can’t thieve it of course

  • 29/11/2015 at 11:17 pm

    So does Sony still wanna mock sales of the game? They sure did when it was at 60,000.
    Problem is the media forgot to mention that was with one day of sales in the UK alone.
    Instead of acting like a bitter child by mocking the game maybe you should lock doewn an exclusive and give your fan base a great game to play this year. Noone cares that you locked down Call of Duty’s bundle. People want games,not a company that gloats and acts butt hurt cause Microsoft used their marketing money to land TombRaider,not blow it on Taco Bell ads for Call of Duty.

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