The HD-2D role-playing game will also be available for PC via the Microsoft Store. It's out now for PS4, PS5, PC and Nintendo Switch.
Square Enix's sequel is trailing behind the first game, which shipped one million units less than a month after its release.
Square Enix and Acquire's HD-2D RPG is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Meanwhile, other major new releases like Octopath Traveler 2 and Like a Dragon: Ishin! have also debuted in the top 5.
The HD-2D role-playing game is out on February 24th for PS4, PS5, PC, and Nintendo Switch, with a free demo currently available.
The demo features all eight protagonists and lets you play for three hours, with progress carrying over to the full game.
Players can fast-forward through event scenes, double the speed of combat encounters, and adjust the speed of automatic text.
Ochette can provoke or befriend townspeople, and use monsters in battle, while Castti concocts items for healing and damage.
The turn-based JRPG is due out for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation consoles, and PC in late February.
New details are also revealed on the RPG's expanded Jobs system, the many guilds found in its world, and more.
"They say each other’s names and their stories cross paths, so it actually feels like these characters are traveling together," explains Masashi Takahashi.
New travel methods, like customizable ships, are also revealed along with Latent Powers, unique moves that build up when taking damage or breaking foes.
Ahead of the turn-based JRPG's launch in February of next year, its developer says the game's production is close to wrapping up.
The acclaimed HD-2D RPG has hit another major sales milestone. A sequel was also recently announced for Switch, PlayStation, and PC.
The HD-2D title finally arrives on Xbox.
Star Wars: Squadrons, Genesis Noir and Narita Boy are also coming.
Square Enix's retro RPG hits another sales milestone.
It's difficult currently but Acquire is still interested in the same.
The retro RPG and the battle royale shooter might be headed to Google's service.
It's currently 50 percent off on the Nintendo eShop in Europe.