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Ubisoft Reveals That Raving Rabbids Top Their Sales Charts

Ubisoft has released the sales numbers for their big franchises and its no real surprise what ends up at the top. With the company recently making a major purchase into the Tom Clancy name you had to know that the Clancy games would be high up there. In fact they take 3 of the 4 top spots. I’ll be honest that I am slightly surprised that the Rayman series is on top with 22 million units sold worldwide.

The Clancy name has accounted for a total of 55 million units, so that purchase looks to be worth it. And even the latest Ubi IP, Assassin’s Creed, is showing strong with 6 million units. Now the worrisome question: When does EA make its takeover move? Ubisoft is currently in a strong position to acquire a few small developers and increase their prowess. And with the newest Clancy title, HAWX, dropping later this year they may have another hit on their hands.

Here is the list of Ubisoft's top selling franchises:

Rayman: 22 million units

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: 20 million units

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: 19 million units

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: 16 million units

Driver: 14 million units

Petz: 13 million units

Prince of Persia: 11 million units

The Settlers: 7 million units

Assassin’s Creed: 6 million units

Brothers in Arms: 5 million units

Imagine: 4 million units

Far Cry: 4 million units

Red Steel: 1 million units

Staff Writer at CinemaBlend.