Elden Ring has reached another milestone, selling over 13 million units globally since its launch on February 25. Publisher Bandai Namco shared the data in a report covering its financial results.
For the year ended March 31, 2022, Bandai Namco had revenue of ¥889.2 billion ($6.85 billion), which is up 20% year-over-year. The company’s operating profit was ¥125.4 billion ($970 million), which is up 48.2% year-over-year.
As of March 31, Elden Ring had reached 13.4 million units sold, the publisher announced in a presentation.
On March 14, FromSoftware revealed that its latest game has sold 12 million copies worldwide, with over 1 million units coming from Japan. This means that Elden Ring has sold 1.4 million copies globally ever since.
These numbers make it the fastest-selling title in FromSoftware’s portfolio, far exceeding the publisher’s expectations. For comparison, the entire Dark Souls series has sold 27 million copies since the first game came out in 2011.