FIFA 10 has sold more than 4.5 million units worldwide since launch, which is a 26 percent increase over the same period a year ago - eight weeks in Europe and five weeks in North America, to be exact.
EA also boasted that FIFA 10 has become the fastest-selling sports videogame in the world with 1.7 million sold in Europe in its first week after launch on October 1.
There's more to come though as the publisher readies FIFA 10 Ultimate Team for release next year.
"FIFA 10 Ultimate Team is a deeper, more authentic, more dynamic version of the game mode successfully introduced last year and enables fans to customise the way they build their Ultimate Team," says EA.
"Take on the challenge of building an Ultimate Team of the best football stars in the world, manage one or multiple squads simultaneously, and compete against other gamers in dynamically updated online tournaments. For the record number of football fans playing FIFA 10 online, FIFA 10 Ultimate Team provides a new challenge to put a personally crafted team up against the rest of the world," reads the release.
Read the FIFA 10 review to see what the fuss is about.
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