Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Sells 1.2m Units

by William D'Angelo, posted on 13 August 2013 / 3,284 Views

Torn Banner Studios has announced Chivalry: Medieval Warfare has 1.2 million units to date. The milestone was achieved in just nine months. The US is the biggest market of the game with 455,802 of the units sold. 98,856 units were sold in the UK, 87,283 units sold in Canada, 80,580 units sold in Germany, 75,172 units in Russia, and 71,533 units sold in Australia.

Torn Banner Studios is celebrating this milestone by adding character customization to Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. There will be new helmets, shields, armor and crests added. There will also be several other minor changes to the game.

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is a multiplayer action game set in the Middle Ages. The game was released on October 16, 2012 and is available for the PC and can be downloaded on Steam.


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2 Comments

Oliver4p1 (on 13 August 2013)

fantastic news


shakarak (on 13 August 2013)

It really seems like the PC market is pretty huge lately.