Call of Duty once again outsold every title out there with a huge margin and even set themselves a new entertainment record beating the likes of Avatar, but there is still a promising road for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Bethesda’s latest offering.
According to retail monitor for the NPD Group, Skyrim is only about half a million units shy of competing Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion in all-time sales. The blockbuster RPG title sales raking in at 2.8 million units.
This has come despite a bunch of interesting mods bursting out in the Skyrim scene including the questionable breast related mod which has taken a lot of queries every day in the internet.
Now, with the upcoming arrival of Creation Kit, which will allow PC gamers to use the same development tools Bethesda used to mod Skyrim, the sales could be picking up next year as the company is expected to launch it in January.
On unrelated note, Skyrim is dominating the UK market as MW3 took the second place for the week ending December 10.