Square Enix is a company that is always viewed with a very critical eye for unpopular decisions. In fact, we still remember how they had to lock their social networks after their unpopular conference at E3 2021. However, its greatest sagas keep growing without finding a roof. To date, franchises such as Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider or Dragon Quest continue to increase their millionaire sales and they will continue to do so without restraint.
These novelties are found in the recalculation of your sales after the financial report that Square Enix recently released. In it we can appreciate the economic balance of the last quarters in the well-known Japanese company, and how they project significant growth and benefits for the coming years. It also highlights the increase of users in Final Fantasy XIV throughout the last quarter, although no figures are specified. Regarding the sales of his most successful franchises, insider Daniel Ahmed has published the Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider, and Dragon Quest sales update.
Square Enix said that the number of subscribers for Final Fantasy XIV grew this quarter.
It also released an update to series sales:
Final Fantasy: 163m units sold
Tomb Raider: 84m units sold
Dragon Quest: 83m units sold https://t.co/XXk5F1ojof
– Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) August 5, 2021
“Square Enix said that Final Fantasy XIV subscription numbers have grown this quarter.
An update on the sales of these franchises is also shown:
Final Fantasy: 164 million copies.
Tomb Raider: 84 million copies.
Dragon Quest: 83 million copies. »
Certainly there are few video game franchises with such outrageous sales figures. Square Enix, thus, can boast of owning a saga like Final Fantasy, which is part of the Olympus of video games, along with two immense level squires like Tomb Raider or Dragon Quest. In addition, these three video game series are still alive today, so over the next few years we will continue to see these numbers continue to increase rapidly. Square Enix’s success, while often highly unpopular, has yet to find a ceiling, and it continues to work to bring highly anticipated video games to its community.