Gaming Splatoon 2 Sales Surpass Crash Bandicoot To Become The Best Selling Game in July in the US Advertisement Crash was the king in the UK charts but now that we have data from the US it seems that there is a new king in town! Splatoon 2! These figures are coming from an analyst group NPD and they are calculated in dollars, an important thing to keep in mind since Splatoon is a bit more expensive ($60) than the N sane Trilogy ($40). Exact sales figures are unknown for now, the only thing that we know is that the NPD group did this calculation based on physical sales for the top-ranking Switch releases, while other platforms were factoring in digital sales (with the exception of Overwatch’s Battle.net sales not being included). As of now, Splatoon 2 made 59% more sales than its predecessor in the UK. Let’s not forget that Splatoon 1 made over 4m sales, or to put it simple, every third Wii u user had a copy. Nintendo had a solid month overall, a lot of their titles are on the top 10 charts. Another interesting fact is that the Switch is the best selling hardware for the past two months but PS4 is still 2017’s top-selling console in the US. The top 20 games, in terms of dollars sales in the US, were as follows: Splatoon 2 Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy Grand Theft Auto 5 Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Injustice 2 Mario Kart 8 Overwatch Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege NBA 2K17 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Call of Duty: Modern War Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Minecraft Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare MLB 17: The Show ARMS Battlefield 1 Mass Effect: Andromeda Tekken 7 Prev postNext post Advertisement Related Topics:chartsCrash BandicootNintendo SwitchPlaystation 4Splatoon Up Next You Are Twice as Likely To Get Struck By Lightning Than To Win Your First PUBG Game Don't Miss Prey Demo Is Now Available On Steam For Free 2 Comments 2 Comments Pingback: Terraria Coming To Switch This Year Pingback: Super Mario Odyssey Sold 511,625 Copies In Japan Withing First Three Days Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Advertisement AdvertisementAdvertisement Advertisement Trending Featured2 months ago The Rise and Fall of EA’s Reputation Featured3 months ago Ubisoft announced Year 3 of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Support and Content Featured2 months ago Is Game Development Profitable?