Octopath Traveler has reached 2.5 million copies sold

Octopath Traveler has reached 2.5 million copies sold

Square-Enix has announced that Octopath Traveler has surpassed 2.5 million copies sold worldwide. The numbers take into account both physical edition sales and digital downloads since the game's debut on Switch in the summer of 2018.

The data also shows growth of another 500,000 units compared to the latest report released from the house of Final Fantasy in March of 2020, when the old school J-RPG had reached the 2 million copies sold. Octopath Traveler therefore continues to record success almost three years after its release. In addition to the original Switch version, the title was later also made available on PC via Steam in June 2019, while editions for the other consoles available on the market were never considered.

you missed it, the Octopath Traveler review might entice you to give it a chance as soon as possible. The game pays homage to the J-RPGs of the past, with particular reference to Square classics such as Final Fantasy VI and Chrono Trigger, putting us in the shoes of eight different protagonists each with their own personal story to follow.

During the last Nintendo Direct was unveiled Project Triangle Strategy, created by the same team of Octopath Traveler from which it takes up the graphics. You will find more details on the possible successor of Final Fantasy Tactics in our preview of Project Triangle Strategy.

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