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Battlefield 2042 sold 4.23 million units in its first week of launch

This makes Battlefield 2042 the second best-selling game in the series for the first week of launch

Statistics go up and down with all the games in the world, but when it comes to a word about a long-existing franchise such as Battlefield, it always spikes interest and curiosity of how good a game has done over the past. Despite bugs and issues, Battlefield 2042 is on a solid track to becoming the best-selling game in the franchise, considering the dedication and proximity in sales to the one leading the pack in Week 1 sales from the series.

According to data given to a credible leaker and journalist at IGN and VGC, @Tom Henderson Battlefield 2042 is second best in sales with 4.23 million copies sold, falling behind Battlefield 3 who had 4.68 during Week 1. The third best-seller in its first week of launch is Battlefield 1. That is a very tight gap between the leading two, which gives

Considering recent sales data given for its first week of launch in the franchise, Battlefield 2042 may be on a solid track to becoming the best-seller in the series. Recently revealed numbers by insiders prove that fans have the complete opposite picture of what Battlefield 2042 and EA succeeded to do, and everyone is shocked seeing Battlefield 1 falling behind 2042.

Nevertheless, it’s good to note that Battlefield 3 sold 8 million units after one month. So, the next checkered flag will be raised in a couple of weeks, when new comparison data will be provided. The modern setting in Battlefield 2042 definitely contributes to its success, but Battlefield Portal is undoubtedly a game-changer.

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