Out only in Japan for a couple of weeks, the sales figures for the much anticipated Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster are in.
The PS Vita twin pack has managed to sell 149,132 copies in its first week, not too bad considering this totals at 87.24% of the total copies shipped.
By week two, sales had increased to a total of 182,170 copies, a staggering 97.26% of the games shipment.
Add to this the fact that not everyone purchased the twin pack of the games, figures show that Final Fantasy X HD sold 25,443 copies (90.57% of shipment) in its first week on sale, totalling at 31,775 copies by week two. Meaning that an incredible 97.26% of all available copies were sold during this period.
However, sales of Final Fantasy X-2 HD were not quite as impressive, only 5,357 people bought that game during the first week of release equating to a 46.64% sell-through of all copies shipped. Sales did pick up, with 16,355 being sold by the end of week 2, selling through 84.12% of its shipment.
All in all, the game appears to have been a sell out during it’s opening weeks and here’s hoping that the game can continue in a similar vein when it sees a release in America on March 18th and Europe on March 21st