Titanfall publisher Electronic Arts sold 925,000 copies of the multiplayer shooter during the month of March, said Peter Moore, EA's chief operating officer, during an investor call today.
EA launched Titanfall on Windows PC and Xbox One on March 11, so those sales came during the last three weeks of the month. Moore cited sales numbers from the NPD Group, so the 925,000 figure only includes sales of retail disc copies of Titanfall in the U.S. — not any copies sold outside the U.S., or digital copies sold through Xbox Live and Origin. According to the NPD Group, Titanfall was the best-selling game during March 2014.
Moore added that sales of the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall, which was released April 8, are "off to a great start as well." Earlier in the call, EA CEO Andrew Wilson said that the publisher has signed a new publishing agreement with Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment under which EA will be "working with Respawn to bring new Titanfall experiences to players worldwide."
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