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Ubisoft: Watch Dogs beats out Destiny as fastest-selling new IP in Europe

Alexander Sliwinski, @Sliwinski
September 25, 2014
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Activision's Destiny may be the fastest-selling new intellectual property in North America and UK, but the top of the puppy pile in Europe remains Watch Dogs, according to Ubisoft. A spokesperson for the company informed MCV UK of GFK data that indicates Ubisoft's game is still top dog for new IP in the region.

The obvious speculation is that the PC market still dominates most of Europe, and since Destiny isn't available on PC, Watch Dogs being available on the platform likely made up the difference. Despite its critical reception, Destiny has been the top new IP of the year in the UK and North America so far and has pulled in over $325 million worldwide.



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