Wild Hearts Wo Long Sales

Wild Hearts and Wo Long Sales Strong Says Koei Tecmo Financial Report

Sales for Wild Hearts and Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty are strong according to Koei Tecmo in an April 2023 financial report. While exact numbers were not disclosed, the developer revealed that due to the success of both titles, it achieved record high sales. Koei Tecmo may potentially reveal more concrete information concerning the sales of both Wild Hearts and Wo Long at a later date. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Wild Hearts, made in collaboration with EA, was off to a somewhat rocky start in PC, with multiple performance issues reported after its release. However, Koei Tecmo has continued to support the game with post-launch content. This includes new Kemono, massive fearsome beasts players are tasked with slaying, rolling out through scheduled updates.

Similar to Wild Hearts, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is another new Koei Tecmo action title. While it draws some comparison to Nioh in terms of visuals, it boasts it’s own unique spin on the already established Koei Tecmo IP.

While both titles are attributed to record high sales for Koei Tecmo, sequels for either titles have yet to be announced. Currently, Koei Tecmo has plans to release Rise of the Ronin, another historical action title. Helmed by Team Ninja, the title was formally announced in September 2022 at a Sony State of Play broadcast. Wild Hearts is on the PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC. Wo Long is on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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