Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood big winner at BIU awards

Tuesday, 9th August 2011 14:58 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood was the big winner at the German Bundesverband Interaktive Unterhaltungssoftware awards.

The Ubisoft Montreal won a Gold and multi-platform award. Gold winners include Civilization V, Crysis 2 and Command & Conquer 4. Art Academy, Donkey Kong Country Returns and FIFA 11 won Platin awards, while Special awards were given to Gran Turismo 5, StarCraft II and Wii Party.

The awards are given on how many units are sold in Germany: Gold for 100,000 units sold and Platin for 200,000, while a Special award 500,000 and a multi-platform award given to those which sell more than a million units.

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  1. Bluebird

    Shouldn’t AC:B have won at least Platinum then? The game is available on four platforms so it must have least sold more than 200,000 on one platform or is my math wrong?

    #1 3 years ago
  2. J.L

    I wonder if these are handed out as and when a title passes each German sales milestone, much as with the music industry’s gold, platinum and diamond certifications.

    AC:B and GT5 were confirmed as having passed 500k last week, LA Noire reached 100k this time last month:

    AC:B’s on PC, PS3 and 360 so maybe it’s at 1.9m, 1.7m and 1.4m?

    #2 3 years ago

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