Ubisoft reveals that the PS4 is its most profitable platform

Ubisoft has discussed its sales data by platform, and revealed that the company sells most of its games on PlayStation 4.

As part of the company’s Q1 financial report, Ubisoft revealed that it sells more games on PlayStation 4 than it does the Xbox One, as well as the PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 that all have a larger install base than Sony’s new console. The PS4 covers approximately 27 percent of Ubisoft’s software sales, with PC following with 23 percent, and Xbox One following in third place at 14 percent.

Both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 account for 11 percent, while the Wii and Wii U come in last place with only three percent, which isn’t surprising considering the company has essentially stopped supporting Nintendo’s platforms. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 sales are likely to take a dip in the coming months as well, as Ubisoft has begun developing games exclusively for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One with the exception of Just Dance.

While at E3, we got a chance to play through a few of Ubisoft’s upcoming games. Check out our previews for For Honor, Ghost Recon: Wildlands and The Division.

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