Kingdom Come: Deliverance has moved 1 million copies across all platforms in less than two weeks. A Czech site first broke the news, which was later confirmed in a tweet by the game's US community manager.
Warhorse Studios' medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance has sold 1 million copies across PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The news was confirmed by the game's US community manager on Twitter:
The game is currently trending on SteamSpy. According to the site, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is owned by around 472,869 people, and 440,454 of those have played it in the last two weeks.
As of 21 February 2018, the game has had 60,190 concurrent players, beating out ARK: Survival Evolved, Rocket League, and Warframe for the highest player count.
KIngdom Come: Deliverance claimed the second spot on the UK sales chart for the week ending on 17 February 2018. A patch that went live on Monday, 19 February 2018 has fixed the occasionally unresponsive R2 button when in combat, as well as graphics issues in Hans Capo.
The developers said that patch v1.3 is already in the works, but it looks like it will take some time to get to the game's live servers. The upcoming update will look into lock picking and pickpocket mini games.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.