List of best-selling Xbox video games

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This is a list of Xbox video games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies, sorted in order of copies sold. Some games may have also been released on platforms other than the Xbox, in which case only the sales figures from the Xbox versions are counted.

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Xbox games which have sold or shipped one million copies
Title Total copies sold Sales breakdown Release date Genre Developer Publisher
Halo 2 8 million[1] 2004 First-person shooter Bungie Microsoft Game Studios
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell 6 million[2] 2002 Stealth Ubi Soft Montreal Ubi Soft
Halo: Combat Evolved 5 million[3] 2001 First-person shooter Bungie Microsoft Game Studios
Fable 3 million[4] 2004 Action role-playing Big Blue Box Studios Microsoft Game Studios
Project Gotham Racing 2.5 million[5] 2001 Racing Bizarre Creations Microsoft Game Studios
Grand Theft Auto Double Pack 2.49 million[6][7][8] 2003 Action-adventure Rockstar Vienna Rockstar Games
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 1.58 million[6][8] 2003 Role-playing BioWare LucasArts
Counter-Strike 1.5 million[9][10] 2003 First-person shooter Valve L.L.C. Sierra Studios
Ninja Gaiden 1.5 million[11] 2004 Hack and slash Team Ninja Tecmo
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 1.46 million[6][12] 2005 Action-adventure Rockstar North Rockstar Games
Need for Speed: Underground 2 1.44 million[6][12] 2004 Racing EA Black Box EA Games
Madden NFL 2005 1.42 million[6] 2004 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
Madden NFL 06 1.41 million[6] 2005 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
Call of Duty 2: Big Red One 1.39 million[6] 2005 First-person shooter Treyarch Activision
ESPN NFL 2K5 1.38 million[6] 2004 Sports Visual Concepts SEGA
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind 1.36 million[6] 2002 Action role-playing Bethesda Game Studios Bethesda Softworks
Dead or Alive 3 1.3 million[13] 2001 Fighting Team Ninja Tecmo
Microsoft Game Studios (Europe)
Star Wars: Battlefront 1.22 million[6][8] 2004 Action, third-person shooter, first-person shooter Pandemic Studios LucasArts
Star Wars: Battlefront II 1.17 million[6][8] 2005 Action, third-person shooter, first-person shooter Pandemic Studios LucasArts
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 1.13 million[6][7] 2001 Tactical shooter Red Storm Entertainment Ubi Soft
Need for Speed: Underground 1.1 million[6][8] 2003 Racing EA Black Box EA Games

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