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It wasn’t so long ago that EA announced that Battlefield 3 had sold 10 million copies. Now, the game has hit another milestone.

In their financial earnings report, EA revealed that Battlefield 3 has shipped 15 million copies—which now makes it the best-performing Battlefield title to date. Now, that number is shipped, not sold, so that doesn’t mean that 15 million copies are in the hands of gamers around the world. Still, that’s a massive number, and no doubt EA will be able to say “sold” instead of “shipped” in the near future.

In fact, EA says that they expect to have sold 18 million copies of Battlefield 3 by the time their fiscal year ends on March 31st of next year. So, not too shabby Dice. Not too shabby.

Source: Battlefield 3 Blog

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Battlefield 3 Continues To Break Sales Records

It wasn't so long ago that EA announced that Battlefield 3 had sold 10 million copies. Now, the game has hit another milestone.

By Eric Patterson | 05/8/2012 01:30 PM PT

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It wasn’t so long ago that EA announced that Battlefield 3 had sold 10 million copies. Now, the game has hit another milestone.

In their financial earnings report, EA revealed that Battlefield 3 has shipped 15 million copies—which now makes it the best-performing Battlefield title to date. Now, that number is shipped, not sold, so that doesn’t mean that 15 million copies are in the hands of gamers around the world. Still, that’s a massive number, and no doubt EA will be able to say “sold” instead of “shipped” in the near future.

In fact, EA says that they expect to have sold 18 million copies of Battlefield 3 by the time their fiscal year ends on March 31st of next year. So, not too shabby Dice. Not too shabby.

Source: Battlefield 3 Blog

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Eric got his start via self-publishing game-related fanzines in junior high, and now has one goal in life: making sure EGM has as much coverage of niche Japanese games as he can convince them to fit in. Eric’s also active in the gaming community on a personal level, being an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming and consumer rights.