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Fallout Shelter earned $5.1M in two weeks, Elder Scrolls Online sold 138,000 units in June

June was a pretty good month for digital game sales. Particularly Bethesda's Fallout Shelter.

According to the latest report from SuperData research, Bethesda's first mobile title earned $5.1 million during its first two weeks of availability. And it's not even out on Android devices yet. Just iOS.

June 2015 mobile revenue overall was up 4% over May and 20% year-over-year, hitting $367 million.

There was other good news for Bethesda: ZeniMax Online's console version of The Elder Scrolls Online sold 138,000 digital copies during its release month of June. SuperData said sales of the MMO were enough to "temporarily buoy the contracting pay-to-play MMO market" by 7% year-over-year to $50 million.

Digital console and PC sales reached a combined $314 million, up 30% year-over-year.

In the US, the top-selling digital titles for June were Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, GTA 5, The Elder Scrolls Online, Batman: Arkham Knight, and Destiny rounding out the top five.

Over in the UK, the top five best-selling digital titles for June were: GTA5, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, FIFA 15, The Elder Scrolls Online, and Batman: Arkham Knight.

The top ten best-selling titles for both regions are in the images below.

Fallout Shelter is available now for iOS and should be made available for Android sometime next month.

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