Total War: Rome II Sold 800,000 Copies in under A Month

Total War: Rome II has sold over 800,000 copies since launch, Sega announced as part of its latest earnings report for the six-month period ended September 30.

The game released on September 3, and Sega’s fiscal reporting period ended September 30, which means it took less than a month to reach almost one million sales.

Sega Sammy posted revenue of $1.62 billion for the six-month period and a profit of $115.58 million. Sega’s Consumer segment, which includes its games business, saw revenue reach $446.42 million and a profit of $11.24 million. The company saw a year-on-year increase in total value of package software sales to 3.2 million copies.

Sega also announced the Blood & Gore DLC for Total War: Rome II, which adds hundreds of animations for actions like decapitations, dismemberment, and “devastating impalements.” The DLC is currently available for $3.

via GameSpot

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1 Comment on Total War: Rome II Sold 800,000 Copies in under A Month


On November 4, 2013 at 2:53 pm

Wonder how much was pre-orders, and how much was after the game was released. Since everyone seemed to agree Rome 2 was a gigantic step back for the franchise.