The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Retail Sales Estimates Are In

We haven't seen an official press release just yet, but VGChartz is reporting that over three million retail copies of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim were sold over its debut weekend. That number does not include digital downloads, however, which we suspect were significant given the game's use of Steamworks. Here's a breakdown of how the sales shook out:
2011 is fast becoming the year games debuted at incredible numbers, as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim sells over 3.4 million copies at retail (not including digital sales) in its first 2 days on sale.

Up over 600% on Oblivion's modest 490k staggered opening across PS3 and X360, Skyrim will manage to outsell Oblivion as a whole in a matter of weeks. 59% of units were sold on the X360 (over 2 million copies) and 27% on the PS3, with 14% on PC.

2.5 million of the total sold in Americas, with the remaining 950,000 units in EMEAA.
Honestly, 14% on PC is pretty good when you consider that digital downloads weren't considered. I'd bet the game sold as many, if not more, digital copies as retail copies.