Along with the huge popularity comes a large number of deaths. Well, at least this is the case with Grand Theft Auto 2.
Developer Torn Banner Studios and its publishing partners announced, Knight 2 Since its release on June 8, more than 1 million units have been sold on all platforms worldwide.
This good number also marks the first million-selling game of game publisher Tripwire Presents, and it is now the fastest-selling game in developer history.
The news was released after the House Galencourt update was released, which is the first in a series of planned free content updates. It introduces two new maps, a 3v3 game mode, sees the return of the original Chivalry’s popular arrow camera function, contains more than 60 customization options, and so on.
Steve Piggott, President of Torn Banner Studios, said: “Although it was just launched in June, more than 1 million people have played Grand Theft Auto 2 on five platforms. This tells us that This game has much potential for development.” “We are very happy to bring this game’s unique bloody and epic medieval warfare experience to so many people-and we are already working hard to expand the scope of the game and more.”
Tripwire CEO John Gibson said: “Today, we are happy to celebrate the amazing milestone of “Grand Theft Auto 2″ selling more than 1 million units in less than two months.” “We were shocked by the reaction of players and critics. The team is already working hard to develop more great free content and add popular features such as cross-platform parties.”
With 1 million copies sold, the gaming community is quite active, of course. In fact, more than 8 million hours of game play were recorded, and more than 420 million combatants were killed in battle. That is a group of dead knights!
In addition, by far the most popular subcategory among players is officers, and the most popular weapon is a single-edged sword with a hilt structure-also known as a powerful Messer.
If you’re not familiar with this title, Tom said that this is an online multiplayer quarrel he doesn’t know he needs. It’s a
Inspired by the epic medieval movie fighting first-person killer.
In it, you will be part of a large-scale action for 64 players, including sword collision, rain of flames, castle siege, and more. Here, you are fighting on the battlefield. On the Team Objective map, catapults will tear things apart, set fire to villages, and slaughter dirty farmers (they may be being suppressed). Sounds interesting.
Improved on the basis of the original “Knight: Medieval War”, the game has a new and improved combat system, including real-time strikes and a free-flowing combo system, allowing you to fight multiple enemies at the same time.
The game also supports cross-platform games for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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