Posted on October 29 2014 by Legacy Staff
Koei Tecmo and Nintendo’s jointly created Zelda game, Hyrule Warriors, has seen a decent amount of success in its sales. In the company’s latest financial earnings Q&A, Koei Tecmo was pleased to announce that sales of the game were on track in Japan and above expectations overseas. They couldn’t say the exact number of copies sold, since Nintendo handled publishing in the West, but sales are looking good. More copies of the game will be shipped outside of Japan during the second half of the fiscal year, so it is certainly possible that Hyrule Warriors will exceed its goal of selling 500,000 copies before all is said and done.
With the game now selling well, it could open the door for other experimental Zelda titles. Do you eagerly await whatever comes next, or are there some doors that should never be opened? Let us know in the comments!
Source: Nintendo Everything