Take no Shitieshou
Koei Tecmo has proudly announced that its period piece action-adventure Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty has surpassed one million shipments and sales since its initial release. The Team Ninja-developed adventure hit PlayStation, PC, and Xbox platforms on March 3.
According to the publisher Wo Long, which sees a mysterious protagonist battling demons against a stylized take on the Han Dynasty, has been played by 3.8 million players so far, taking into account its availability on the Xbox Game Pass service. For all you maths majors out there, this means that somewhere in the region of 2.8 million players checked the title out via the subscription-based service.
Militia warriors, #WoLongFallenDynasty has sold over 1 million units & has reached over 3.8 million players!
Thank you for the tremendous support! The team is hard at work with future updates as well as the upcoming 3 DLCs.
We hope you look forward to our future announcements. pic.twitter.com/iIaPOvyOFO
— Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty (@WoLongOfficial) April 28, 2023
Koei Tecmo released a delightful image to celebrate the milestone, which sees a trio of impossibly adorable Panda Shitieshou demons lolling about. In the game itself, these are benign, friendly demons that offer the player random gear in return for unwanted items. Accompanying the image, the publisher notes that Team Ninja is currently at work developing updates for the title, as well as no less than three DLC expansions. A date for these add-ons is yet to be revealed.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is available now on PlayStation, PC, and Xbox Game Pass.