Yes, we have heard about how well the Xbox One has done in terms of its “sales” – actually, Microsoft revealed that 5 million Xbox Ones were shipped to retailers, so as to the total number of those shipped that ended up in the hands of actual gamers remain to be seen. Its arch rival, the Sony PS4, however, has sold 7 million units and counting. Nevertheless, we do know that having the right software will also help propel the sales of hardware, and Titanfall is one of such titles that has helped shift a number of Xbox One units recently, at least in the UK.
The folks over at Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts ought to be congratulated, as Titanfall for Xbox One is the number one selling game in March, at least this is what the NPD Group figures showed as released.
Also, I suppose with the introduction of Titanfall on the Xbox One, gamers happen to spend more time with their beloved console, where the NPD states that each fan spends on average, five hours per day on the Xbox One, with a collective total of over 1 billion hours of time spent in games and apps on the console. Have you given Titanfall a go yet, if you haven’t done so already? [Press Release]
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