Ubisoft is one of the biggest video game publishers in the business. It owns some of the industry’s biggest franchises, including Assassin’s Creed, Just Dance, and Far Cry. But just how big are those series? The company has now updated its Facts & Figures page with new numbers that speak to the enormity of Ubisoft’s biggest properties.
As spotted by industry analyst Daniel Ahmad, Ubisoft’s numbers show the latest sales figures through June 2019. While they may be a bit out of date by now, they still speak to the size and scale of Ubisoft’s most prominent franchises.
The numbers and other statistics are as follows:
- Assassin’s Creed: 140 million+ copies sold; 95 million unique players
- Rayman: 40+ different game releases on 20+ different platforms
- Far Cry: 50 million+ copies sold since Far Cry 2; 79 million Far Cry game sessions played since Far Cry 5
- Just Dance: 70 million+ copies sold; 120 million+ players; 2.5 billion+ songs played; 80 billion kilocalories burned
- Rabbids: 20 million+ copies sold
- For Honor: More than 21 million players worldwide
- Ghost Recon: 30 million players since 2001; 10 million players for Ghost Recon: Wildlands alone
- The Division: 20 million players; fastest-selling new IP for Ubisoft ever
- The Crew: 21 million players since 2016
- Rainbow Six Siege: 50 million players
- Splinter Cell: 30 million+ copies sold
- Steep: More than 1.2 billion kilometres of trail covered; 5.6 billion jumps
- Watch Dogs: 36 million+ unique players
Ubisoft’s next big game is Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, which launches on October 4 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. For lots more on that game, check out GameSpot’s breakdown of pre-loading, file sizes, server start times, and more.