The Legend of Zelda has found another hit through Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. Offering a prequel to Breath of the Wild, Koei Tecmo and Nintendo's latest Warriors collaboration has now reached 4 million units sold, as seen in Stealth40k's tweet
First released in November 2020, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has sold another 300k units since the last update, though it's nowhere near Breath of the Wild, last reported at nearly 26 million across Switch and Wii U.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Hits New Milestone, Shipping 4 Millions Copies
Across other Koei Tecmo-Nintendo titles - such as Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Fire Emblem Warriors, and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 - the pairing have sold almost around 10 million units total, proving to be a fruitful partnership.
For now, Age of Calamity's Guardian of Remembrance DLC dropped back in October, marking the final part of the game's expansion pass. We're still awaiting further details on Breath of the Wild's unnamed sequel too, which is currently scheduled to launch this year, so we'll keep you informed when we learn more.