Warhorse CEO Martin Frývaldský says the studio is “really happy”.
Warhorse Studios’ Kingdom Come: Deliverance is going strong with its sales, hitting about 1 million copies sold since its release on February 13th for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The news was revealed by Czech site Lupa.cz, which also spoke to Warhorse CEO Martin Frývaldský about the game’s success.
Frývaldský stated that, “We’re about one million when I count all the platforms and distribution channels. We are really happy.” The open world action RPG hit 500,000 units sold shortly after its release and momentum hasn’t slowed down one bit. This is despite reports of issues and bugs with quests, frame rate drops and so on.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance will be receiving a major patch soon to help fix a majority of these issues with more information due from the developer. There’s already been a hotfix for the DualShock 4’s R2 button being non-responsive in combat and issues for quests like Ginger in a Pickle and those with Hans Capon