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Red Dead Redemption 2 sales have, by all accounts, been very impressive, but I'm actually referring to Grand Theft Auto V. The NPD Group report that the outing to Los Santos sold more copies in 2018 than Fallout 76 (although it's worth noting that Bethesda's offering has only been available for a few weeks). However, Black Ops 4 still maintains the title for overall best-selling game of 2018. What game was the sales champ for November?

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was the month's second best-selling game in the United States, swapping places with Red Dead Redemption 2 from last month.

It's interesting to see the three sports games, Madden NFL 19, National Basketball Association 2K19 and FIFA 19 all appear on the list despite releasing months prior. We know the original sold over 14 million copies by 2015, meaning its sequel has likely surpassed 20 million units.

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Without digital sales included, Fallout 76's launch month sales trailed both Fallout 4 and Fallout New Vegas.

Spending across video game hardware, software, accessories, and game cards was flat in November 2018 at $2.7 billion compared to the same time past year, according to market research company The NPD Group. Like Bethesda, however, Nintendo didn't report digital sales. But, year-to-date sales in those categories exceeded $5.8 billion, a 9% increase over the same time period last year.

Hardware sales in November 2018 are up 3 percent, reaching $3.9 billion. The Nintendo Switch led in dollar sales for the month and its significant growth helped offset declines in spending across all other platforms, Piscatella said. November 2018 marks the first time ever that Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo all sold more than 1.3 million consoles.



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