The game went on sale about 10 days ago on October 13th Lords of the Fallen We’ve already broken the 1 million copies sold mark, so the developers are very happy.
In the first statement one explains:
“Lords of the Fallen is the largest and most important game we have developed in our 20-year history, and the first of additional AAA games we have planned for the future,” said Marek Tyminski, CEO of CI Games. “Seeing this innovative new version of the action RPG reach one million sales in just ten days is a great honor for everyone at HEXWORKS and CI Games.”
HEXWORKS Studio Head Saul Gascom thanks all players:
“Thank you to all the Lampbearers who embarked on their journey through Mournsted, fearlessly crossing the lands of the living and the dead.” “We are extremely grateful to the passionate Lords of the Fallen community for their invaluable feedback and ongoing support. It is their tireless efforts that have made this success possible, and we could not be prouder to share it with the community.”
The lamp has a crucial role in the game because with its help players can travel between the world of the living and the dead. They can choose from nine different categories before they begin their journey. If you as a player fall into one of the battles against the demonic hordes of Adyr, you will find yourself in Umbral, the realm of the dead, and are given one last chance to defend yourself and return to Axiom. So that you’re not necessarily alone during your travels, the game offers a multiplayer mode in which you can team up as a pair to take on Adyr’s forces.
The ambitions show that the developers are by no means resting on their laurels. Cross-play between console and PC platforms will be possible next Thursday.
Lords of the Fallen It was released for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series
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