Dragon’s Crown Sales Reach 940,000 Worldwide

Dragon’s Crown sales have reached 940,000 copies worldwide, developer Vanillaware shared over Twitter today. The game was released for the PlayStation 3 and Vita in 2013.

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(When they say “sold,” we assume Vanillaware mean “shipped to retailers” as in most cases.)

 

Vanillaware also said that the fourth piece of DLC for Muramasa Rebirth will be released sometime in the near future as well.


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