An additional 100,000 copies were sold at retail.
Though it faced a number of bugs and performance issues at launch (which are still en route to being fixed), Warhorse Studios’ Kingdom Come: Deliverance has done pretty well so far. Designer Daniel Vávra announced on Czech TV that the game had sold 300,000 units on Steam and more than 100,000 units at retail.
Along with being a Steam top-seller, the number of concurrent users is pretty strong as well, hitting a peak of 75,480 players in the past 24 hours on Steam. Vávra noted that hitting a million copies sold or more would be pretty good but that the game was more or less paid for at this point.
For those interested in fixes for quest bugs and frame drops, Warhorse Studios noted that a patch rectifying most of these issues would be out in approximately two weeks. The day one patch should be available on all platforms after a brief delay for Xbox One and PS4 on launch day.f