With over 1 million copies sold, Granblue Fantasy: Relink has now joined a list of other successful Japanese games to cross this mark in 2024.

Granblue: Fantasy Relink sells over 1 million copies in its first week

Cygames shared the news on social media, thanking its “wonderful community of skyfarers for helping us reach this milestone.”

Granblue Fantasy: Relink is currently available on PC and PS4/PS5, but it is unclear how sales are split between platforms.

Launched on February 1, Granblue Fantasy: Relink debuted at #2 on the Steam charts. It also peaked at 114k concurrent players on Steam. Only three games can boast a bigger CCU count this year: Enshrouded (160k), Helldivers 2 (196k), and Palworld (2.1 million).

When it comes to sales, Cygames’ title is now the fourth game developed by a Japanese company to sell at least 1 million copies in 2024:

The Granblue Fantasy franchise started with the mobile game of the same name released by Cygames in 2014. According to AppMagic, it generated over $579 million in lifetime in-app purchase revenue (reduced by platform fees and taxes). The IP also has two fighting titles for PC and console, Granblue Fantasy Versus and its sequel Versus: Rising.

However, Cygames’ biggest game is life sim / horse racing title Uma Musume Pretty Derby, with over $2 billion in lifetime player spending (mostly from Japan).

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