Tom Clancy's The Division was the number one trending game on YouTube in March, finishing ahead of NetherRealms' Mortal Kombat X and Supercell's Clash Royale.
Ubisoft's multiplayer third-person shooter launched on March 8, and it has enjoyed an unbroken run of successes, both major and minor, since then. Indeed, the run arguably started before its release, with a record 6.4 million players joining its beta test.
Within a day of launch, Ubisoft claimed that The Division had broken its 24-hour sales record, though it didn't release an actual figure to back that up. Shortly after, the French publisher confirmed that its new IP had earned $330 million in revenue in five days. Oddly, this is within $5 million of the amount earned in five days by Bungie's Destiny, a game to which The Division is frequently compared.