As Mortal Kombat X Arrives, Entire Franchise Reaches 35 Million Units Sold
Fighting game franchise's worldwide sales tally to grow further as latest installment in the series launches today.
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The Mortal Kombat series, one of gaming's most well-known franchises, has now sold more than 35 million units since it originally debuted in the early '90s. Publisher Warner Bros. mentioned the lifetime sales figure today in a press release heralding the arrival of Mortal Kombat X, the latest entry in the series.
How does Mortal Kombat X stack up against other big-name gaming franchises in terms of total units sold? Check out some statistics below.
- Super Mario -- 262 million
- Grand Theft Auto -- 185 million
- Call of Duty -- 175 million
- Final Fantasy, Need for Speed, LEGO, Pokemon -- 100 million+
- Halo -- 60 million
- Metal Gear Solid -- 33 million
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