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Unsure. Uncharted 4 seemed to have sold a lot and Spiderman is still going.



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Nope



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Yea I'm not sure Spiderman is going strong. I didn't even really like the game but even my wife who doesn't play games at all has been playing it.



maybe it has the possibility. I am looking forward to this game a lot tho last of us was the first game i played on ps4 and its my second favorite game on it behind witcher 3



It wont outsell Spiderman, simple as that really.



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The Switch will outsell 3DS (based on VGchartz numbers), according to me, while Intrinsic thinks the opposite will hold true. One month avatar control for the loser's avatar.

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I very much doubt its going to beat Uncharted to be honest. Uncharted 4 sold really well, see earlier posts. I can't imagine that the Nathan Drake collection and Lost Legacy sold all that poorly as well.



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The Last of Us Part II will sell more than 10M before 2020 ends, that's my bet. It will be the fastest Sony game ever, it's going to be a phenomenon, like RDR 2 or Smash Bros Ultimate, just wait and see. If PS4 launches in Nov 2020, i'm pretty sure the PS4 version will be close to that number already, but it's going to be really difficult that the ps4 version sells more than 15M, because there is going to be a way to play the game on PS5 most certainly...



Strangely enough ive heard no one mention it in the real world. Always hear about AC and fifa,cod etc. No one seems to care about TLOU2. Strange considering how good the first one was.



TLOU2 will probably not outsell Spider-Man but isn't that technically a 2nd party game anyway?

1st party developer: A developer that is fully owned by the platform holder (e.g. Naughty Dog).
2nd party developer: A developer that is partially owned/funded by the platform holder or under contract to release games for a specific platform (e.g. Insomniac Games).
3rd party developer: A developer or publisher that releases games on multiple platforms and is not owned by the platform holder (e.g. FromSoftware).

1st party exclusive: A game that is developed by a 1st party studio and released for a specific platform (e.g. The Last of Us).
2nd party exclusive: A game that is developed by a 2nd party studio and released for a specific platform (e.g. Spider-Man).
3rd party exclusive: A game that is developed by a 3rd party studio and released for a specific platform (e.g. Dead Rising 3).
3rd party game: A game that is developed by a 3rd party studio and released for multiple platforms (e.g. Dark Souls).



Nogamez said:
Strangely enough ive heard no one mention it in the real world. Always hear about AC and fifa,cod etc. No one seems to care about TLOU2. Strange considering how good the first one was.

nah. the game will blow up. I don't even think that can be questioned. Whether it (PS4 version alone) hits UC or SM heights depends entirely on when in 2020 it releases in relation to the PS5, how PS4 BC works on PS5 (are upgrade patches available or will PS5 specific versions be better only), and when the PS5 re-release (with added DLC) releases.

Sales of TloU already prove that it is a big IP.

Replicant said:

TLOU2 will probably not outsell Spider-Man but isn't that technically a 2nd party game anyway?

1st party developer: A developer that is fully owned by the platform holder (e.g. Naughty Dog).
2nd party developer: A developer that is partially owned/funded by the platform holder or under contract to release games for a specific platform (e.g. Insomniac Games).
3rd party developer: A developer or publisher that releases games on multiple platforms and is not owned by the platform holder (e.g. FromSoftware).

1st party exclusive: A game that is developed by a 1st party studio and released for a specific platform (e.g. The Last of Us).
2nd party exclusive: A game that is developed by a 2nd party studio and released for a specific platform (e.g. Spider-Man).
3rd party exclusive: A game that is developed by a 3rd party studio and released for a specific platform (e.g. Dead Rising 3).
3rd party game: A game that is developed by a 3rd party studio and released for multiple platforms (e.g. Dark Souls).

while I can see the definitions as making sense, I am pretty sure 2nd party game is hardly ever used. 2nd party dev is definitely a lot more common in gaming vernacular imho.

The way I see it, a game is either 1st or 3rd party depending on who is responsible for funding it.