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Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has sold over 4 million copies

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Koei Tecmo has announced that its latest musou game built upon The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, has now shifted over four million copies worldwide. The game was bound to be a success as its storyline was a prequel to the best-selling Zelda game for Nintendo Switch and Wii U. The figure includes both physical copies and digital copies via the Nintendo eShop. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has an Expansion Pass which is available now and includes two additional expansions which have since been released.

5 thoughts on “Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has sold over 4 million copies”

    1. If you can get past Nintendo setting the game up as a prequel and then going “Sike! Time travel and altering history!” and changing the plot within 30 seconds of the opening cutscene, there’s actually a decent game here. I played the original HW on Wii U and, while that was sometimes fun, AoC is considerably better in just about every way except performance (the frame rate drops to like 15 when a Divine Beast uses its beam attack, for example).

      1. Like fools, they keep ignoring using Hyrule Warriors as a means to fill in gaps in the lore by having them take place during the war that precedes a mainline game. Imagine playing the event that led to Ocarina of Time. The Imprisoning War that led to Link to the Past. The arrival of the Picori Sword & Light Force to help fight back the monsters. The Demon War with Demise. The event that led to Hyrule being frozen in time then hidden below the Great Sea. The war with the first appearance of Calamity Ganon and the creation of the guardians & Divine Beasts. The sealing of Malladus. The Dark Interlopers’ imprisonment. sigh

  1. Tried the first one. Enemies kept disappearing. In this case i kinda wish it came out on a powerful next gen system to fully visualize the developers wishes

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