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Call of Duty has been the best-selling saga in the US for 9 years

Today we have known the monthly sales of games and consoles in the United States. It is no surprise that the recent Call of Duty: WWII is the most successful title in the country, but the achievement achieved by the Activision saga, which remains the best sold during the last nine years in the country.

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This record was in danger during 2013, with the launch of Grand Theft Auto V – the best-selling game globally – but Call of Duty: Ghosts maintained superior sales that year, and each delivery has maintained its reputation with more or less success. WWII managed to regain the support of fans and critics after Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which had a decline in popularity.

November data confirm that Star Wars: Battlefront II has had a good month, although the controversy with the loot boxes would have reduced their expectations. Assassin’s Creed: Origins closes the podium, a saga that had disappeared during the last years.

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