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Uncharted Trilogy VS TLOU remastered: which is gonna to sell more on PS4?

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Uncharted trilogy 56 61.54%
 
The last of us remastered 35 38.46%
 
Total:91

ACCORDING TO VGCHARTZ, for the week ending 4 April 2015, The Last of us for PS4 sold nearly 3 million.

IF THE TRACK ARE CORRECT The Last of us have a chance for sell 4 or even 5 million lifetime...

 

So, what do you think? Will Uncharted Trilogy do better?



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Depends on which game is bundled more.



The UC:collection. why? UC4 beta



The Uncharted:Trilogy remastered has a very good chance of beating The Last Of Us ( PS4 ) but it all depends on numerous factors.



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DerNebel said:
Depends on which game is bundled more.

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Uncharted trillogy is a better value for the money so that should win



I think a decent proportion of TLOUR sales were to PS3 owners who didn't buy it on PS3 and waited to buy it on PS4, once they knew it was coming to PS4. This is a consequence of the fact that TLOU came out the same year as PS4 launched. By contrast there will be very few former PS3 owners and now PS4 owners who never played Uncharted on PS3 and are likely to pick up the trilogy now on PS4. So UC trilogy sales will be almost entirely dependant on PS4 owners who never owned a PS3, or didn't own one long enough to get around to playing Uncharted.

So I think the market potential for UCT is lower than the market potential for TLOUR. The question is whether UCT can grab a higher proportion of this smaller market compared to TLOUR's market. I think possibly not. But I think releasing UCT in advance of UC4 is a very sensible thing to do given there are a lot of UC virgins who own PS4 and to maximise sales of UC4 to the UC virgins giving them some UC foreplay with UCT is defintiely the way to go. So even if it sells fairly low numbers, like 1 million, it is a worthwhile investment.



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Well so far The Last of Us has been heavily bundled with the PS4. We'll have to wait until UC gets it's eventual bundle.



binary solo said:
I think a decent proportion of TLOUR sales were to PS3 owners who didn't buy it on PS3 and waited to buy it on PS4, once they knew it was coming to PS4. This is a consequence of the fact that TLOU came out the same year as PS4 launched. By contrast there will be very few former PS3 owners and now PS4 owners who never played Uncharted on PS3 and are likely to pick up the trilogy now on PS4. So UC trilogy sales will be almost entirely dependant on PS4 owners who never owned a PS3, or didn't own one long enough to get around to playing Uncharted.

So I think the market potential for UCT is lower than the market potential for TLOUR. The question is whether UCT can grab a higher proportion of this smaller market compared to TLOUR's market. I think possibly not. But I think releasing UCT in advance of UC4 is a very sensible thing to do given there are a lot of UC virgins who own PS4 and to maximise sales of UC4 to the UC virgins giving them some UC foreplay with UCT is defintiely the way to go. So even if it sells fairly low numbers, like 1 million, it is a worthwhile investment.

yeah im one of those, and i agree with you i also belive TLOU will do better than the UC collection.



My money is on Uncharted. Its an established franchise, while The Last of Us was coming at the vey end of last gen. I believe, there will be a crazy amount of hype for Uncharted 4 surrounding Q4 this year. And this remastered trilogy will be the perfect opportunity for both long time fans as well as newcomers to enjoy this experience, until "A Thief's End" arrives next year. The Nathan Drake Collection has a bigger impact.