Having been released just two months ago (June 24, 2022), Koei Tecmo has come forward to reveal Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes has already surpassed one million sales worldwide. No regional breakdown has been provided, but it’s still a good showing nonetheless for a musou title.
In terms of how Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes has performed compared to Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, the last reported figures provided for both titles have Three Houses at 3.02 million and Age of Calamity at 3.07. Still, one million in less than two months is a cracking result nonetheless and well deserved for such an enjoyable hack and slash game.
About the Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes:
In Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, the protagonist quickly finds themself wrapped up in a growing conflict that will determine the future of Fódlan after aligning with one of the three house leaders. The chosen house will take players through a variety of dramatic stories, each with a different outcome. After purchasing the full game, it’s possible to further forge relationships between characters, experience epic combat and unravel each diverging path and engaging storyline while fighting to shape Fódlan’s destiny.
Flashy combos and powerful special abilities can be employed against hordes of enemies in the demo – from the beginning of the game through the first three chapters. Those taking command of the battlefield and using tactical know-how will gain the upper hand. The demo will also support local two-player co-op play*. Plus, progress can be carried over to the full game when it launches.
Source: Koei Tecmo (Twitter)