Uncharted 4 – First Week Sales

Good News For Nathan

Millions of gamers worldwide have joined Nathan Drake on his global adventures across the globe. It’s hard to believe that his latest adventure was released 2 weeks ago on Playstation 4. News has been released that  Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End exceeded 2.7 million units globally (both Blu-Ray and digital combined). In the North American region, Uncharted 4 is the fastest-selling PS4 first party title to-date.


This current iteration of the popular PS4 franchise is currently sitting on a 93% rating on Metacritic, which is slightly behind Uncharted 2’s 96%, but ahead of Uncharted 3’s 92% and the original Uncharted’s 88%.

Special congratulations goes to Naughty Dog for this incredible feat. The success of the game is a testament to the team at Naughty Dog and their  commitment to bringing the best they can to their fans.


Writer and Podcaster Jimi was recruited for his military background. Fast, strong and efficient Jimi can kill a man in 18 different ways using only a paper clip and a postage stamp from the year 1992. Jimi has his fingers on the pulse and his hand in his pants. He uses his tactical skills and arms training to write killer articles and make silly jokes on the ‘Out of the Xfire’ podcast. @jimi_martin
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