Dark Souls ships 1.5 million units

Posted By | On 02nd, Nov. 2011

Dark Souls was released about a month ago, and it was met with great reviews, with ourselves giving it a solid 8/10 and calling it “one of the most unique, deep RPGs ever made.” And now, Namco Bandai and From Software revealed in Japan that the game has shipped a total of 1.5 million copies.

620,000 units were shipped in North America, 470,000 units in Europe, 370,000 units in Japan and 40,000 units in Asia.

Stay tuned to GB for more updates.

Thanks, Andriasang.


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