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Core Keeper now sells more than 500,000 units

core keeper the game sales now more than 500,000 units across linux steam deck windows pc

Core Keeper the game sales hit more than 500,000 units across Linux, Windows PC, now Steam Deck. All due to the continued and creative efforts of developer Pugstorm. Which is available on both Steam Early Access and Humble Store. Along with 91% Very Positive reviews.

Mining sandbox adventure Core Keeper sales are now sold more than 500,000 units. Doing so within its first two weeks of releasing on Steam Early Access. Developer Pugstorm and publisher Fireshine Games (formerly Sold Out Games) just announced the details.

The underground indie hit had already become the publisher’s fastest-selling digital game of all time. Doing so after sales hit an amazing 100,000 copies within its first two days of release. Continuing to see hundreds of thousands of players join the adventure to explore the mysterious caverns since.

Core Keeper – Early Access Launch Trailer

As of today, Core Keeper is now also officially verified for Steam Deck. Meaning Steam Deck users can also continue their mining adventure on the go. Additional gameplay features and content, including new biomes and game mechanics. Due to be added to the game during the Early Access period. Still, it’s a pleasure to see the game is verified for Steam Deck.

“We have been so excited by the community’s response to Core Keeper. And are thrilled that more than half a million players have already joined us on the game’s journey,” said Sarah Hoeksma, Marketing Director at Fireshine Games. “We’re already hard at work on some exciting plans for the game’s future. And can’t wait to share more in the weeks and months ahead.”

Core Keeper is a 1-8 player mining sandbox adventure. One that also takes place in an ancient cavern of creatures, treasures, and trinkets. Mine relics and resources to build your base, craft new equipment, and survive. Then defeat giant monsters, discover hidden secrets, farm crops, and go fishing. While cooking new recipes and exploring a procedurally generated underground world. Due to unravel the mystery of the ancient core.

Core Keeper is available now on Linux and Windows PC. Doing so via Steam Early Access and Humble Store. All priced at $12.99 USD / £10.99 / 12,99€.

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