The latest entry into the beloved franchise has sold more than four million units worldwide since its international launch on Saturday. For reference, the Pokemon series has sold more than 245 million games worldwide to date — and X and Y's climb up the charts proves that there's still great passion for the series.
Watch Dogs delayed to 2014, Ubisoft delays open-world racing game The Crew, Ubisoft drops financial targets following Watch Dogs and The Crew delays
Ubisoft delayed its open-world technological thriller Watch Dogs to spring 2014 and its racing game The Crew to the 2014-2015 fiscal year. Ubisoft also revised its financial targets for the current fiscal year — which includes Rayman Legends and Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag — following the announcement of these delays. Expected sales were dropped from between €1.42 billion and €1.45 billion to between €995 million and €1.05 billion. Here's what we think of Watch Dogs' delay.
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