Call Of Duty: Black Ops Sales Exceed $1 Billion, Over 600 Million Hours Played

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Activision announced today that Call of Duty: Black Ops continues has just crossed the $1 billion mark in sales codblackopsfinal1worldwide since its launch in November, according to internal Activision estimates.

In its first five days alone, the game sold more than $650 million worldwide, outpacing theatrical box office, book and video game sales records for five-day worldwide sell through in dollars, according to internal Activision estimates and boxofficemojo.com. The game exceeded Activision’s previous five-day worldwide record of $550 million set by last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare┬« 2.

To date, more than 600 million hours have been logged playing Call of Duty: Black Ops since the game launched on November 9, 2010. According to Microsoft, the average player logs on more than once a day and plays for more than one hour each time. Over half of that time is spent playing online with and against friends, illustrating the unique social characteristics of the game. This is also noteworthy because only Call Of Duty: Black Ops and Avatar have ever achieved the billion dollar milestone so quickly, Avatar people and that cost a whole lot more than Black Ops to make.

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