One Piece Odyssey Sells Over 60,000 Retail Copies During First Week In Japan 

The game sales ought to rise more in the near future.

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  • One Piece Odyssey has sold over 60,000 physical copies in Japan in its first week. It occupied the second and third spot on the sales charts for the PlayStation 4 and 5, selling 35,123 and 26,879 copies respectively. 
  • Pokemon Scarlet and Violet kept its first place and sold nearly 65,000 retail copies last week in Japan.
  • Minecraft ascended to the 7th spot and sold over 11,000 copies last week. It has collectively sold over 3 million physical copies so far.
  • The Nintendo Switch sold nearly 75,000 units, and the PlayStation 5 rolled over nearly 40,000 consoles. The PS5 has sold over 2.5 million units in Japan.

One Piece Odyssey is one of the most prominent games released recently that took the anime and gaming community by storm. The title features an intriguing semi-open world alongside turn-based combat that seems simple in premise but fun nonetheless. Despite some criticisms, it has been rated nicely by many critics and players.

Bandai Namco’s latest work was released on January 12th, and it appears to have rolled over sufficient units for it to be a staggering success in Japan and various other regions. Moreover, its retail copies alone have also proven to be a popular commodity in Japan, already selling a considerable amount during its first week.

As reported by Famitsu, One Piece Odyssey has reportedly sold over 60,000 physical copies after its debut in Japan alone. The sales charts are dated from 9th January to 15th January, which means that the title sold the noted staggering amount in just three days since its eventful release last week.

Overall, it has ascended to the second and third position in the chart to achieve the triumph sales figure and boasts 62,002 retail sales collectively.

The second position is hogged by the PlayStation 4 version of the game, which amounts to a massive 35,123 copies sold in Japan. On the other hand, the third place is held by the PlayStation 5 port, which rolled over a total of 26,879 copies.

The PlayStation 4 version has possibly sold more because the last-gen console is readily available and used by most Japanese gamers in contrast to the next-gen version.

The first spot in the Japan sales charts for last week is still held hostage by the prevalent Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, which has sold over 64,799 retail copies; the figure is two thousand higher than One Piece Odyssey.

The total sales by the latest 9th-generation Pokemon game have accumulated to 4,695,052 retail copies sold since its histrionic inception. Moreover, it has consistently loomed over the first place in the Japan physical sales charts ever since its release for over two months; the previous monarch was none other than Splatoon 3.

The fourth place was maintained by Splatoon 3, which sold an admirable 22,094 physical copies last week. What’s worth noting is Minecraft steadily creeping up the charts to seventh place; it sold over 11,000 retail copies last week and has overall accumulated 3,008,474 retail units sold since its release.

In terms of hardware sales, the Nintendo Switch continued its spree and towered over the other contenders. The handheld sold 74,690 units, out of which 44,147 amounted to the OLED model. The generic Switch sold 17,957 units, while the Lite model rolled over 12,586 copies.

The PlayStation 5 has also sold over 2.5 million units. The base PS5 model sold 39468 consoles (a total of 2,174,709 units), and PS5 Digital Edition rolled over 4645 units (a cumulative total of 331,949 units).

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet dominated the last year’s Japan sales charts by selling the most amount of retail units. It remains to be seen whether One Piece Odyssey could catch up to the enormous figure by the end of 2023.

If you are planning on buying One Piece Odyssey, watch this video: 

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What are your thoughts about One Piece Odyssey rolling over 60,000 retail copies in Japan? Do you think the game will be able to compete with Pokemon Scarlet and Violet in the future? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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Shameer Sarfaraz is a Senior News Writer on eXputer who loves to keep up with the gaming and entertainment industries devoutly. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and several years of experience reporting on games. Besides his passion for breaking news stories, Shahmeer loves spending his leisure time farming away in Stardew Valley. VGC, IGN, GameSpot, Game Rant, TheGamer, GamingBolt, The Verge, NME, Metro, Dot Esports, GameByte, Kotaku Australia, PC Gamer, and more have cited his articles.

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