Warhorse Studios' realistic medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance is already a hit with gamers across the globe, and the game's sales are proving the point. A Czech news site has revealed the game has made "around one million" sales.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance hit that milestone when all platforms and distribution services are accounted for, Warhorse Studios CEO Martin Frývaldský revealed in an interview (the studio is headquartered in the Czech Republic). The game previously held around half a million sales within its first few days released, and the new figure suggests the game continues to be highly popular among both PC and console players alike.
Particularly, the game's Steam userbase is enormous. SteamSpy reports that Kingdom Come: Deliverance has over 400,000 users on the distribution platform alone, with the title continuously performing well among Steam's top 10 highest playercounts.
As of Feb. 21, the game has peaked at 69,698 players at most today, beating out ARK: Survival Evolved, Rocket League, and Warframe for highest player count in the past 24 hours.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The OP reached out to Warhorse Studios to confirm the game's sales, but did not hear back by time of publication.