Hyrule Warriors: Age of Disaster For the most part there was a very good launch. Although sales for Koi Tekmo’s hack-and-slash series are generally not spectacular, its status as a Wild breath The prequel undeniably elevated it.
Within a week of launching, Edge of Calamity had already sold an impressive 3 million units within a week. As mentioned in its latest financial report, Koi Techmo has now revealed that 3.5 million units have been shipped worldwide by the end of December.
Which makes it the best seller Musau Is an all-time game, but it is not set to become one of Nintendo’s evergreen titles, such as Breath of the Wild. It is clear that sales are declining significantly after the initial launch period.
Away from the Edge of Calamity, Koi Tekamo also confirmed sales figures for additional games. Until either of them came close to their latest moose game, Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends and Secret Angel Reached 220k units in Asia, while Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV The re-release came in a respectable 100k units.
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