Senran Kagura producer Kenichiro Takaki has revealed on Twitter that Estival Versus‘ sales have crossed 320,000 units worldwide. The game was first released in Japan in March 2015 followed by an international launch a year later.
Interestingly, 65 percent of the game’s copies were sold on the PlayStation Vita initially, with Takaki noting that the percentage of PS4 sales has since increased.
Here’s the original tweet (via Reddit):
— 高木 謙一郎 ©カグラPBS発売中！ (@kenichiro_taka) March 26, 2017
Last August, Takaki announced that the Senran Kagura series had sold one million copies worldwide. Estival Versus alone sold 100,000 copies in Japan within the first three days of going on sale in the country, selling through 80-90 percent of its shipment.
For more on the series, check out our previous coverage.
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