Call of Duty franchise has totalled over 35 million products sold, says Griffith

By Mike, Monday, 1 June 2009 09:40 GMT

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Activision boss Mike Griffith revealed in Activision’s pre-E3 press conference yesterday that “Call of Duty products have totalled sales over 35 million.”

He also revealed, via Gamespot, that World at War has sold 11 million units in just six months, and Modern Warfare has sold at full price for six straight quarters.

Griffith also announced that Modern Warfare 2 pre-sales are already breaking records and the November 10 launch should rank as one of the biggest entertainment releases ever.

So, Call of Duty doing well, then?

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