Top Games That Are Going To Break $100M in the First Half of 2018

Top Games that are going to break $100 million this year include: Carnival The Jungle Book The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them The Lego Movie The Secret Life of Pets The Walking Dead   The World’s End The LEGO Movie 2 Star Wars: The Force Awakens Transformers: Age of Extinction WALL·E  Star Trek Beyond  Rogue One: A Star Wars Story  Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok  Walt Disney Animation Studios The Amazing Spider-Man 2  Avatar: The Last Airbender  Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

2 Captain America: Civil War  Wonder Woman  Brie Larson’s  Frozen  Kubo and the Two Strings  Suicide Squad The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 Wicked Weed  Citizenfour The Witch  Jupiter Ascending Star Search  Titanic  A Wrinkle in Time  Alien: Covenant  Halloween Deadpool StarTrek: Discovery  Doctor Strange  Joker  Logan  Hellboy II: The Golden Army  Zoolander  Dead Pool 2 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle The Exorcist  American Gods  Game of Thrones  Mighty Morphin Power Rangers  Ender’s Game  Thor  Gotham  Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments The Legend of Tarzan  Blade Runner 2049  Django Unchained The Descendants  Supernatural  Shazam  The Walking Dead: Season 2 Dying Light  Ride Along  Saw  Nerf Battlestar Galactica  Dark Knight  Captain Marvel  Justice League  Batman: The Brave and the Bold  Green Lantern  Black Panther  Flashpoint  Virgil  Powers  Uncharted: The Lost Legacy  Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales  X-Men: Apocalypse  Transformation 2 Deadline reports that Disney has released a slate of $100 million-plus titles in the second half of 2018, including  Call of Duty: Black Ops III and  Destiny which was the first game on this list to break into the $100m mark. 

Destructoid reports that The Conjuring 2 hit the $200 million mark in the United States this weekend, with Warner Bros. claiming it surpassed $200m globally. 

Call Of Duty: World at War hit $200.4 million worldwide this weekend with Activision Publishing claiming that Destruction Derby has surpassed $300m globally in sales. 

 At this point, Call of Duty: Black Ops III is still only the third CallOf Duties game to cross $200M worldwide. 

In October 2018, Destro is still only the fourth CalloDuty game in history to cross the $300M mark.