The latest instalment in the long-running call of duty franchise, call of duty: Advanced Warfare will sell less than Call of duty ghosts. Advanced Warfare takes the franchise to a new era and Call of duty black ops 2 did introduce future weapons and new gadgets, but Call of duty: Advanced warfare is going to introduce more, many fans are angry and more are happy. Let’s get back the topic the industry analyst are saying that call of duty advanced warfare will sell less than call of duty ghosts.
Arvind Bhatia the analyst of sterne age said that according to his analysis of call of duty: Advanced Warfare will sell 15% less than call of duty ghosts. So that means Call of duty: Advanced warfare will sell 17 million units as compared to call of duty ghosts which sold 20 million units.
According to Arvind Bhatia there are three factors that affect call of duty: advanced warfare. The first factor is peoples are disappointed by call of duty ghost so they would now think twice before buying call of duty: advanced warfare. The second factor is the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 will be dropping half of their sales this year, which is pretty bad for Call of duty: advanced warfare. Then to come to the third factor people are still confused whether to buy PlayStation 4 or Xbox one and when they decide they would be rather be buying an PlayStation4/Xbox one exclusive rather than call of duty: advanced warfare.
Well, this all seems rather logical, but time will tell if Call of duty: advanced warfare will live up to the hype and sell more or according to Arvind bhatia it will sell less.
Call of duty Advanced warfare will release for Microsoft Windows, Xbox one and Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 on November 4.