Dark Three Kingdoms action RPG, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, has achieved sales of over 1 million units worldwide. Total sales are a combination of both physical and digital units across Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC via Windows and Steam. In addition, the total number of players including Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass has now exceeded 3.8 million.

Developed by Team NINJA, the studio behind the popular Nioh series – which has already sold more than 7 million units worldwide – Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty’s original story takes place during the Later Han Dynasty and features a Three Kingdoms overwhelmed by chaos and destruction. With an imperial dynasty on the verge of collapse, it’s up to a nameless militia solder to battle through adversity while fighting for survival in the turbulence of a land plagued by demons and overrun by some of history’s most powerful and intimidating warriors, including Liu Bei, Cao Cao, and Sun Jian.

To overcome the odds, players will need to awaken their inner strength by mastering the fluid swordplay of the Chinese martial arts, cast Wizardry spells based on the Five Phases (elements), and even summon Divine Beasts as they attempt to unravel the conspiracy surrounding a mysterious and powerful elixir.

In addition to a series of free updates, a selection of upcoming DLC packs will be available to purchase in the coming months. The “Battle of Zhongyuan” DLC pack is scheduled to hit in June, with two more special DLC packs ready to follow.

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