Warner Bros. Games has said in a press release that sales have hit 3.2 million in two weeks:
The game has sold through 3.2 million units globally in its first two weeks and has exceeded sales records across every platform, region, and edition.
When it comes to safe bets, taking a game format that's been loved for well over a decade, the world's most popular toy brand and one of the biggest sci-fi IPs is right up there among the best. Of course, sometimes big projects that 'can't fail' do struggle, but despite multiple delays it seems LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has been a resounding success for all involved.
It helps that the end result is darn good, of course, and there's been evidence of strong launch sales in some regional charts, but now publisher Warner Bros. Games has stated it's had the 'biggest launch in LEGO Game history'.
It's a welcome result for TT Games, too, the development studio that delayed the game multiple times and also had to face the music with allegations of crunch and a poor working culture in the past. Now that The Skywalker Saga has proven a sales success and has been well received, it'll be interesting to see what comes next from the studio that's built its entire business on the LEGO license.
Are you one of those that's picked up LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, and if so what do you think of it? Let us know in the comments!
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