EA acquired the UFC brand from THQ and it's served them well, becoming the publisher's third number one for 2014. 61 per cent of purchasers opted for the PlayStation version of the game, and 39 went for Xbox One.
61% for PS4 in UK for a game with no exclusive advertisement or content is super impressive.
EA sure know how to make a sports title. that isn't basketball that is..
PS4 version 61%
xbox one version 39%
Good job SONY!
Still hate seeing Ps4 making EA money... They tried to assassinate Sony wit that Titanfall deal
Yeah like they did sega with the dreamcast,no madden for the system or ea game in general . Good to see it selling well but man these rage quitter's are killing the fun. Lol
DanielGearSolid don't worry EA learned their lesson and believe me man Titanfall isn't all that. You will get tired of it within the first week now TF2 is coming to ps4 and will have all the features and so on. Also EA let players on PlayStation play Battflefield hardline beta to show they made a mistake thing is coming out of last gen(even though ps3 caught up to xbox360 and passed it with one less year with a higher price point) MS/xbox360 took US market from sony, so a l,ot of publishers thought MS was gonna whoop sony and now we are here ps4 is outselling xbox one 4-1 world wide and over 2-1 in USA. Software is selling really well. I think everyone has realized that the smart thing is to bet on ps4 moving forward EA lost a lot of sales with Titanfall, imagine how many millions would have given into TF hype and bought the game day one.
I have both the current gen systems, and I do actually prefure my PS4 for my own reasons. So I'm not trolling. But I really don't think it's outselling the X1 4-1. 2-1 in the US I can believe, I have read that somewhere. But 4-1? Considering X1 is just under 5 mill sold now PS4 would have to have almost 20 mill. So I'm not sure where your getting that number. If you have a link though if be interested to see that stat.
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