The sound of clashing blades and whizzing arrows now fill the ears of 2 million players. Today Torn Banner Studios announced that their hit first person slasher game, Chivalry 2, has sold 2 million copies globally. A press release about the accomplishment provides details on what’s next for the game. Additionally, the release speaks to the milestones the game has achieved in its lifespan. Furthermore, a developer diary video gives some behind the scenes looks at the games latest Tenosian Invasion Update.
Chivalry 2 is a first person slashing game where players take on the role of a number of medieval warriors. Arming themselves with medieval weaponry like swords, maces, crossbows, and more. Players will wage war on a variety of maps. Of course now there are over 2 million warriors all clashing in battle. To keep the game engaging, the developers have promised to continually introduce new content. In celebration of this enormous milestone, they are soon introducing the Hippodrome, a new tournament-styled map, a new Tenosian-inspired weapon called the Katar, and also a new winter biome. However even more is arriving soon.
Of course, you players can learn all about what is to come in the new developer diary. The diary delves into all the details about updates past, and future. Additionally, they let players know about the long-awaited cross-play party social support.
Chivalry 2 is available on Xbox and PlayStation consoles and PC via Steam and Epic Games. Currently the game costs $43.99 on Steam. 2 million warriors are on the battlefield already, will you join them?