Tales Of Arise Has Sold Over Three Million Copies Worldwide

A couple more millions are expected to be sold by the fans.

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  • Tales of Arise has sold over three million copies around the globe, as revealed by Bandai Namco on Twitter.
  • The entry sold 2.7 million copies in November of last year, suggesting that it is selling copies at a swift pace.
  • It came out to critical reception on September 10, 2021, for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X, and PC.

Tales of Arise has rolled over three million units globally, as confirmed by the official handle of Bandai Namco on Twitter. The JRPG has continued to sell like hotcakes ever since its launch. As a result, Bandai Namco has thanked the loyal fans for their strong support over the years as they celebrate the occasion. It had shifted over 2.7 million copies back in November of last year, suggesting a steady stream of sales by the title over the months.

The title may also have become the series’ best-selling title after crossing the huge milestone. However, that remains to be confirmed. It was previously surpassed by Tales of Vesperia with 2.88 million units sold. Tales of Arise has been a massive success, considering the huge number of sales and positive ratings. As a result, Bandai Namco could be brewing a new Tales title behind the curtains.

After breaking through many milestones, the devs earlier secured a trademark dubbed “Tales of Arise: Beyond the Dawn” in Europe, attracting many fans along the way. It later turned out to be a DLC instead of a new entry, which was well-received in its own right.


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After experiencing a delay and hurdles during its development, Tales of Arise came out to critical acclaim worldwide on September 10, 2021. It is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X, and PC. The JRPG is popular for mixing enjoyable combat mechanics, memorable characters, and a hearty story that rubs you the right way. Therefore, eXputer’s Huzaifah Durrani gave it a notable 4.5/5 score in his detailed review.

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