There’s no denying Ubisoft’s The Division is a successful property. Generating more than $330 million worldwide in its first five days, it’s the fastest-selling Ubisoft game of all time, with one of the most active communities in the company’s history.
According to Ubisoft’s financial presentation, The Division boasts a registered player base of 9.5 million users, each of whom play for about three hours per day on average.
“We ended [fiscal 2016] on a very positive note, having effectively executed our plan… The performances delivered by The Division and Far Cry Primal exceeded our expectations, we continued our major come-back in the multiplayer segment, and we saw a significant increase in player engagement levels for our games.”
The French developer also showed off a list of their biggest IP launches ever, with 2014’s Destiny taking the runner up position behind The Division.
This comes just days after news broke about a possible hostile takeover of Ubisoft by the tech giant Vivendi.