Destiny 2: First Week's Physical Sales Less Than Half of Original

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Destiny 2: First Week's Physical Sales Less Than Half of Original

If you have some buddies you're playing along with (which we highly recommend), you should participate in a clan to unlock further rewards, and as long as you're two members, you can even establish an own clan and work towards specific goals. SuperData Research predicted that Destiny 2 would sell between three and five million units in its first three months, on both PC and console. Activision Blizzard previously said that the Destiny 2 beta was ahead of the original title and said the game was scheduled to beat expectations. However, the retail performance of the game was less than expected by being 58 per cent down on the release of Destiny, back on September 9th, 2014. There are a few factors in this situation. Video games are a business though, and it seems as though this is not denting Destiny 2's popularity one bit. Watch Dogs 2 was down 80 percent in the United Kingdom compared to the first game and Titanfall 2 was off nearly 75 percent, despite both being better games overall.

Bungie's sci-fi sequel Destiny 2 pulled in 1.2 million concurrent online players over the weekend. Keep in mind that we're not talking about total players, but players online at the same time on PS4 and Xbox One.

We're aware that some Destiny 2 users have seen crash issues on PS4 Pro.

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