PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One

Yacht Club Games declared a sales landmark for Shovel Knight  in addition to provides details on how the game offered across multiple platforms.

First off the programmer reminds fans how 18 months following the original launch of Shovel Knight, the retro-style platforms exceeds one million copies sold. Currently, 26 months after the release of this game along with its various DLC personalitiesthat the game has surpassed two million copies sold.

Merely to highlight everything which happened across those 26 months, the programmer details everything that the studio has released for the Shovel Knight IP:

We  published the Shovel Knight amiibo, our newest effort  Specter of Torment,  started on Switch,  attracted Battletoads into PC,  made co-op working on most platforms,  made an art book,  composed 4 Shovel Knight books,  published Gunvolt,  Body-swapped Shovel Knight’s effort,  published Vita bodily,   localized the game into Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, and Russian.

Furthermore, following the game received numerous releases, the developer had changed the name to Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove, increased the price tag, also given two separate   standalone releases.

So to give a greater insight on the Specific earnings of the game across the various platforms, we expect to see a fancy pie chart with all the comparative  information as of March 1, 2018:

Shovel Knight Surpasses 2 Million Copies Sold Across All Platforms

An important note would be to find that since the release of the Nintendo Switch variant, Shovel Knight has sold 370k units on the platform, with Windows being the maximum advertising platform. The programmer adds that the Nintendo Switch version sold faster than any other stage.

Additionally, here’s different  pie chart showing how the game offered across all areas:

Shovel Knight Surpasses 2 Million Copies Sold Across All Platforms

To celebrate the milestone, Yacht Club Games is promoting Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove at 20 percent off for weekly round  Switch, Wii U, 3DS, PS4, PS3, Vita, Xbox One, Steam, GOG, and Humble Store.

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