Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes reaches 1 million copies shipped worldwide

Koei Tecmo announced on Twitter that Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes has surpassed 1 million copies shipped worldwide. As with all other Japanese game sales milestones, this number combines physical shipments with digital sales.

It took less than 2 months for Three Hopes to reach the million sales mark since the game came out simultaneously worldwide on June 24. It reached the milestone at a faster pace than the first Fire Emblem Warriors. The latter was released in September 2017 in Japan and October in the West, but Koei Tecmo only announced its million sales milestone after the end of the whole fiscal year in March 2018.

While the original Fire Emblem Warriors featured a crossover roster from several series titles, Three Hopes entirely focuses on the Fodlan universe of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, the latest mainline Fire Emblem entry to date, which came out in late July 2019. The original strategy RPG had 2.29 million copies sold within the first 2 months after its release as of September 2019.

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes is available on Nintendo Switch. A demo of the game is also available on Nintendo eShop. You can also check our guides to help you progress through the full game.