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Core Keeper has now sold over 1 million units

core keeper has now sold over 1 million units linux and windows pc

Core Keeper mining sandbox has now sold over 1 million units on Linux and Windows PC. Due to the efforts of developer Pugstorm. Which is obviously still going strong on Steam Early Access and Humble Store.

It’s official, the mining sandbox adventure Core Keeper has now sold over 1 million units. All since releasing in Steam Early Access back in March of this year.
The incredible sales milestone comes shortly after the launch of the first major content update, The Sunken Sea. Which is an expansive new update that welcomes a brand new seafaring biome. One that is also full of new aquatic enemies, loot, and locales to discover.

The underground indie hit previously set the record for publisher Fireshine Games’. As their fastest selling digital game of all time. Doing so after selling an incredible 100,000 copies within its first two days of release.

Core Keeper – Early Access Launch Trailer

“We are so thankful to the Core Keeper community for their love for the game. And for their help in bringing Core Keeper to more and more players,” said Sarah Hoeksma, Marketing Director at Fireshine Games. “We’ve been overwhelmed by the positive response since launching into Early Access. And can’t wait to share future plans about exciting new content updates for the game as it continues to grow.”

Core Keeper is a 1-8 player mining sandbox adventure. Which takes place in an ancient cavern of creatures, treasures, and trinkets. Mine relics and resources to build your base, craft new gear, and survive. Defeat giant monsters, discover hidden secrets, and farm crops. Then go fishing, cook new recipes and explore a procedurally generated underground world. All to unravel the mystery of the ancient core.

For those yet to play the game, Core Keeper is currently available with a 10% discount on Steam Early Access. Priced at $11.69 USD / £9.89 / 11,69€ But regular price on Humble Store. Along with support for Linux and Windows PC.

For more information, follow @CoreKeeperGame on Twitter and join the discussion on Discord.

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