Less than a month ago we told you that Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, the latest set of Edelweiss, creators of Astebreed, was about to exceed one million units sold. Well now Marvelous !, its publisher, has announced through its official Twitter account that adding up all the copies, both physical and digital, sold on PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch, has already exceeded one million units sold worldwide.
“Accumulated sales have exceeded one million units (including the number of downloads for the PC version), thanks to everyone who has supported us!“, you can read in the tweet from the official Marvelous account! inserted below these lines.
[Amaho no Sakunahime]
Cumulative worldwide shipments have exceeded 1 million units.
(Including the number of download and PC versions sold)
Thank you to everyone who supported us!
We look forward to your continued support of Amaho’s Sakunahime.
Official site ⇒ https://t.co/BSiCHhtxZS #SAKUNA Marvelous Consumer Official (@marvelous_cs) June 4, 2021
Its creators thought that they would not sell more than 30,000 copies
In an article later published in the Marvelous! official website, those responsible for the game talk about how to surprising is for them the success that this Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, whose sales volume was estimated at 30,000 units. The two developers who have led the project wanted to thank the distributor for their advertising, marketing and production work, although they also wanted to thank the fans of the game for their support: “We thank all the players who have enjoyed the game beyond what we can imagine and have expanded it after its launch.”.
Marvelous! has organized the draw for a t-shirt Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, a commemorative garment of the million copies sold with only 100 units available. You can participate here.
Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin It was released last November on PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch. On Vandal We had the opportunity to play it and in our analysis we said about it that “combining two genres like platform action in two dimensions and farm management in three dimensions can be risky, but Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin make this mix sound great. Both facets fit seamlessly and without sacrificing the depth of your systems, offering a nice adventure that, in addition to playability, falls in love with the good writing of its script “.