Superhero spin-off Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales has already outsold PlayStation four juggernauts The Last of Us: Part II and Ghost of Tsushima in the US – regardless of launching in mid-November. Naughty Canine’s survival horror sequel launched in June, whereas Sucker Punch’s historic open world deployed in July – though it’s value noting that Insomniac Video games’ sandbox launched on two platforms: PS5 and PS4.
NPD data pegs Miles Morales as the fifth best-selling game from the previous 12 months, whereas The Final of Us: Half II and Ghost of Tsushima are locked in seventh and eighth respectively. The chart is ordered primarily based on greenback gross sales, and Spider-Man has two SKUs accessible priced at $49.99 and $69.99. The opposite two titles retailed for $59.99.
Contemplating how profitable each The Final of Us: Half II and Ghost of Tsushima undoubtedly had been, that is fairly an eye-opening consequence. The info takes into consideration each bodily and digital gross sales, so it paints an correct image for the US at the very least. Clearly, the gross sales of Miles Morales are boosted by its affiliation with the PS5 – however look, that inevitable Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is shaping as much as be one in every of Sony’s largest video games of all time, isn’t it?