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Remnant: From the Ashes has sold 2.5 million units worldwide

Perfect World Entertainment and Gunfire Games announced that the Remnant: From the Ashes franchise has surpassed over 2.5 million units sold across all platforms to date. Hailed as one of the sleeper hits of 2019, Remnant: From the Ashes is a brutal third-person survival action shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world filled with deadly enemies and challenging boss encounters.

Since launching in August of last year, the base game has accumulated over 1.7 million units sold. Additionally, both of its premium DLCs that launched this year, Swamps of Corsus and Subject 2923, have reached nearly 1 million units sold.

David Adams, President of Gunfire Games, said:

“The entire team has been overwhelmed by the amazing reception for Remnant: From the Ashes. This game started off as a passion project. To see it grow into an epic franchise, enjoyed by millions of gamers, is both exciting and humbling. We’re grateful for our loyal community of players and fans for putting their trust in us and supporting this new franchise.”

Yoon Im, CEO of Perfect World Entertainment, added:

“Reaching this milestone is a testament to Gunfire Games’ dedication and incredible talent as game developers. From the very beginning, we knew that Remnant: From the Ashes would resonate with players in search of a satisfying survival action shooter with a post-apocalyptic twist. We’re incredibly proud to see the thrilling multiverse that Gunfire Games has created be embraced by so many players around the world.”

In order to celebrate this announcement, the publisher released a new “Accolades” trailer that you can find below.

Enjoy!

Remnant: From the Ashes - Complete Edition | Accolades Trailer

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