Reviews weren’t exactly stellar for Quantum Break. It was neither rated poorly nor given the same kind of scores that Dark Souls 3 has earned. However, the money continues to pour in for Microsoft Studios with its most successful release to date.
In its first week out on retail shelves, the Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive managed to find 267,147 buyers globally, according to VGChartz stats.
This number puts it at number one for the week ending April 9th, four days after its worldwide release. Second to Quantum Break in global sales is The Division for the PS4 at 171,114 copies sold, followed by Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 with 130,154 sales.
Those numbers are for physical copies sold. Digitally, the Quantum Break is expected to be doing way better. The only question is whether the game can maintain a good momentum the same way titles like Black Ops 3 and GTA V have.
Most copies were sold in the US (55 percent), followed by Europe (30 percent), Japan (1 percent). Other regions around the world account for the remaining 14 percent.