Square Enix “creating 10 major IPs;” Deus Ex ships 2 million

Dungeon Siege and Dragon Quest numbers, too.

Square Enix’s Q2 earnings report came out today, revealing shipment numbers for the company’s latest releases.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution, developed by Eidos Montreal, shipped 2.18 million units worldwide, moving 800,000 in North America and 1.38 million in Europe (Japanese numbers were not provided—the game just launched on October 20 in Japan).

Dungeon Siege III, developed by Obsidian Entertainment, shipped 820,000 worldwide, moving 320,000 in North America, 480,000 in Europe, and 20,000 in Japan.

The Dragon Quest 25th Anniversary Collection, shipped for Wii in Japan in September, shipped 350,000.

Square Enix has a three pillar plan for the market, the third step of which involves “creating 10 major IPs.”

View Square Enix’s full earnings report here.

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