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Forums - Sony Discussion - Prediction: The Last of us 2 to sell 5 million first week.

Well the title says it all. I predict that The Last of us Part 2 will sell 5 million units or more, within its first week (or even less). This would be Sony's biggest launch on PS4 (and maybe ever)


For reference here are Sony's biggest released so far on PS4


God of War with 3.1 million in 3 days

Uncharted 4 with 2.7 million in one week

Horizon with 2.6 million in 2 weeks

Infamous with 1 million in 9 days

Bloodborne with 1 million in 12 days

Detroit with 1 million in 2 weeks


To put things into perspective, Im predicting that TLoU2 will sell almost DOUBLE what UC4 sold in its first week, and people thought that UC4s number were monstrous (Well they are).


So bring it on Naughty Dog!

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I can see that happening.

Last edited by LordLichtenstein - on 26 June 2018

Really ambitious mark. Wouldn't say impossible - especially if early reviews are off the chart- but I think matching Uncharted 4 and God of War's success of roughly 3 million+ first week would still be a great accomplishment. Will definitely have some long legs too- and I have no doubt it'll join the 10 million + mark within a year.

Nah, i can't see it selling that much, but i think it will more than God of War

I agree. I'm going with 4-5 million but above that isn't impossible.

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That would be great! I love Naughty Dog domination!


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The way sales are going, 4 million seems pretty likely.  

TLoU is huge, too.  

I could definitely see it being the PS4's fastest selling first party title, but not by that big a margin. More like 4 million first week.

Anywhere from 3.5 to 4.1 Million I think is realistic

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We can only hope. But 5 million seems like a lot more than it's possible.