Try even less than 5000 units sold.
Insomniac Games’ FUSE, which is the Ratchet & Clank and Resistance developer’s first multi-platform game, promised to bring a compelling experience via its four-player co-op. However, the game has since met with a mixed critical response and recently debuted in the UK at number 37, according to the latest UKIE Sales Charts.
Just how bad did the game do though? Well, according to European editor for GamesIndustry International Matt Martin on Twitter who clarified the same: “You can get well inside the top 10 all formats chart with less than 5000 sales.”
Let that sink in for a moment. Anything less than the Top 10 would equate to below even 5000 units sold. Considering this Insomniac’s AAA, multiplatform shooter, that can’t be possibly be good news, especially for EA which published the game.
Check out our review of FUSE here, and sound off on what you liked or didn’t like about the game. Is it worthy of greater success or has Insomniac’s limited innovation cost them heavily this time around?