The success of Crusader Kings III could already be seen through SuperData group's report and Steam data, as well as impressive (and somewhat bizarre) stats provided by the devs. The game's success is confirmed by the quarterly financial report of Paradox Interactive, in which the company boasted of selling over a million copies of the third installment of the Crusader Kings series. The information was also provided via Twitter.
It should be noted that those willing to play CK 3 can still use Xbox Game Pass. The fact that such a niche game managed to reach a million copies sold, despite an alternative (and very popular) option to get acquainted with it, is another proof of the devs' great success. It will probably be strengthen even further by the launch of another great update, announced today by Paradox Interactive. Details will be revealed in tomorrow's broadcast, but developers already revealed a lot of information about version 1.2. The changes include the return of Crusader Kings 2's assassination list, a handful of new improvements and even more ugly faces of ugly rulers.