Ubisoft has released its financial report for the first-half of its FY15, with the firm noting a 65% increase in sales.
Sales for the first half of 2014-15 came to €484.2 million, up 65.1% compared with the €293.3 million year-over-year.
During Q2 of FY15, the firm reported €124.1 million in sales, a 42.9% decline, versus €217.7 million for the same period the prior year.
The press release highlighted 9 million sold-in units for Watch Dogs, which means shipped to stores, basically.
Ubisoft also highlighted digital sales growth of 90.4% with €134.7 million in revenue for the sector. Digital sales made up 27.8% of total sales for the period.
The firm’s back catalog remained stable at €113.7 million, thanks to the performance of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, South Park: The Stick of Truth, Far Cry 3 and Rayman Legends.
A call to investors will take place soon, and if anything interesting comes out of it, we’ll let you know.