Kingdom Come: Deliverance Sells Over A Million Copies in Two Weeks

Developer Warhorse Studios have today confirmed that their debut title, the open-world historic RPG, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, has now sold over a million copies since it launched less than a fortnight ago on February 13. The game had previously passed the half-million mark only two days after release but no doubt the latest milestone, a full million over the span of nine days, has been worth it. Especially with the somewhat rocky and troublesome perception the game was getting for the presence of its whopping 20GB+ day one patch across all platforms.

Despite its glaring performance issues and bugs to be found all over the fictionalised kingdom of Bohemia, we still felt — in our official review — the game showed plenty of great accomplishments, not to mention the potential to be one of the better RPG’s of recent times. Providing of course they address the issues raised by many critics; fortunately Warhorse confirm they are hard at work on the latest patch which, among many bug fixes, looks to also amend some of the less-pleasant gameplay mechanics — notably the lockpicking system which has garnered significant backlash by both critics and players alike. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is available for PS4, Xbox One & PC.