Watch Dogs: Legion Sold 1.9 Million Digital Units in 3 Days

At the start of the new week, the market researchers from SuperData put fresh sales figures for the open-world adventure Watch Dogs: Legion into circulation. As can be seen from the numbers, the download version started with a new series record.

As part of a current report, the market researchers from SuperData looked at the digital sales figures for recently published titles. As can be seen from the unconfirmed surveys by SuperData, the download version of Watch Dogs: Legion started very successfully and sold around 1.9 million times in the first three days after the official release.

For comparison, the download sales of the original Watch Dogs amounted to 431,000 units. In addition to the successful digital release, the retail version of Watch Dogs: Legion also got off to a solid start and took third place among the best-selling retail titles in October 2020.

According to market researchers from SuperData, the new title should have benefited from the fact that Watch Dogs 2 was offered free of charge as part of various giveaways at the beginning of the year. In this way, Ubisoft managed to expand the target group of the series, SuperData continued.

Last week we received the message that Watch Dogs: Legion is struggling with an annoying bug on the new generation of consoles which, in the worst case, can lead to the loss of your own save data. The developers are already working on a solution and assume that the corresponding update can be made available in early December.

Watch Dogs: Legion is available for the PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.