Mortal Kombat sells close to 3 million units worldwide

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 13 August 2011 21:42 GMT

Warner has announced to MCV that Mortal Kombat has sold close to 3 million copies worldwide since launch.

According to WB Interactive president Martin Tremblay, the firm is rather pleased with the success of the game so far.

“With the launch of Mortal Kombat, we have already paid for the acquisition of the Midway assets, and we are just beginning to leverage this acquisition with much more to come,” he told the site in it’s latest edition.

Posted over on NeoGAF, when you compare those figures with sales of Super Street Fighter IV and MvC3 since June 30, each has sold 1.6 million units, and 2 million, respectively.

Thanks, Joystiq.

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