Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Square Enix
Platforms: PS4, PC
Left Alive sold less than 1,000 units.
Capcom’s Devil May Cry 5 ended up topping sales charts in the United Kingdom in the week of its release, Gfk-Tracker announced today. It sold 20,872 units across all platforms, and is the bestselling performance for a Devil May Cry release in the UK since DmC: Devil May Cry… which, to be fair, was the last Devil May Cry release, not counting re-masters and re-releases in the interim.
It’s not a “set charts on fire” level performance, but it did well enough, and hopefully, sales for the game will be in line with the rest of the series, given the overwhelmingly positive reception the game has received.
On the other end of the spectrum is Left Alive, the shooter from Square Enix in the Front Mission universe, which, in the wake of poor reviews, has underperformed terribly—it launched at the 39th place on the charts, with 947 units sold. Holy crap.
You can see the top ten on the charts below.