The game has now sold 3 million copies
Valhim Has broken a new round of concurrent sales and units sales in its third week.
The Viking-themed survival and crafting game of Iron Gate has now sold over 3 million copies since its initial reach on 2 February.
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Steam, in a news post on Iron Gate on February 19, once again related its sales to history, stating that the amount of players is now “74,319 with Longhouses who sing the Vikings’ songs and have some great taste Celebrate victory with “.
As sales continue to climb Valhim 2 million billion hits sold in less than a week.
More than 423,000 players were online together, breaking the game’s previous record of 350,000 which was set last week. Current records for concurrent players are held by PUBG, Which has 3,236,027 concurrent players.
The game also offers more than 60,000 ‘over-positive’ reviews on Steam which puts the game in the 78th slot for Steam’s top 250 best reviewed games.
Much of the game’s success is owed to creators streaming the game on Twitch and YouTube. According to the news post, the Iron Gate team note that “over 20 million hours of gameplay” has been seen by fans.
The game is currently the 7th most streamed game on Twitch, putting audience favorites such as forward Dota 2, Minecraft, And rust.
Writing about the success of the game NME, Jordan Oloman said: “The gameplay of basic survival is so good that you actively forget about the grand scheme of things and just enjoy the moment.”