Sales data from List of best-selling video games (Wikipedia)
Call of Duty 2
The Xbox 360 version sold over 250,000 copies in its first week, and had sold 1.4 million copies by October 2006.
Call of Duty 3
Call of Duty 3 sold 1.234 million approximately: 1.22 million in US, 14,194 in Japan.
Call of Duty 4
Before Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was released, it was predicted to sell even more copies than the highly successful Halo 3; it had received as high reviews as Halo 3, it was launching on three systems as opposed to one for Halo 3, and demand for the game led to a wide-range of retailers only having enough available to satisfy pre-orders. It fulfilled the prediction and the Xbox 360 version became the best-selling video game in the United States from November 2007 to January 2008 according to the NPD Group. In the US, the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions sold 1.57 million and 444,000 units, respectively, in November 2007; 1.47 million units of the Xbox 360 version were sold in December 2007; the game sold 331,000 copies for the Xbox 360 and 140,000 copies for the PlayStation 3 in January 2008. The Xbox 360 version was the third best-selling video game of 2007 in the U.S. with 3.04 million units sold, behind Halo 3 which sold 4.82 million units, according to the NPD Group. As of January 2008, Call of Duty 4 has sold more than seven million copies worldwide, and was the best-selling game of 2007.
Call of Duty: World at War
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See also: Best selling games · Best selling games worldwide · Highest grossing franchises
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