## Gaming Discussion - Which will sell more God of War or Sea of Thieves ? - View Post

Azzanation said:
 Barkley said: Alright let me spell this out for you cause you're apparently not getting it. The \$400m revenue figure you're spouting for halo, includes hardware sales - "the "biggest Halo launch" of all time. The figure includes sales of games and hardware" Apparently you believe Uncharted 4 sold the majority of it's copies as a bundle. Let's pretend everything you say is true. - "Where i am from UC4 was bundled in majority of PS4s, you could not buy a PS4 without UC4 at xmas time unless you brought a Pro. Funny how its sales went from 4m to 8m so fast." So if half of UC4 sales are bundles... 5m * \$300 = \$1.5b Let's pretend the other half sold for \$2 in a bargin bin because it only sold well because people were forced to get it in a bundle.... 5m * \$2 = 0.01b That would put Uncharted 4 revenue at \$1.51 Billion, measured by the same metric as the \$400m Halo 5  figure you're using.

You still haven't linked me proof of what you are saying. I linked you a Halo 5 article showcasing the revenue sales.

In case you forgot.

https://www.gamespot.com/articles/halo-5-reaches-400-million-in-sales-to-become-bigg/1100-6431980/

How much revenue did UC4/Horizon make? They double Halo 5 sales so it should be easy to find right?

I am waiting.

It doesn't need an article, it's mathematical logic using your own definition of reality as the basis. If you can't be bothered to read the post or are incapable of understanding it we have nothing else to discuss.

You're welcome to try and explain with mathematics how a game that sold ~10m copies could make less than \$400m in revenue, including hardware sales.

I've never seen a bigger case of this: