HOLLOW KNIGHT Just Sold A Quarter Of A Million Units On The Switch In Two Weeks

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Hollow Knight, the atmospheric action-adventure platform from developer Team Cherry just sold over 250,000 copies on the Nintendo Switch in its first two weeks. The news was shared by Team Cherry to IGN who reported that the dev is currently working to fix minor bugs in the launch build. 

Speaking to Waypoint, Reggie Fils-Aime from Nintendo said that “Hollow Knight on the Switch is doing exceptionally well,” and the game’s current numbers regarding sales is a reflection of its performance on the Switch. 

Hollow Knight started as a Kickstarter project that was able to earn their initial finding back in 2014. The game was then initially released for the PC in February of 27 and was subsequently released on the Mac, Linux, and now on the Nintendo Switch. 

In other Hollow Knight news, Team Cherry revealed in an AMA Session on Reddit that a physical version of the game is on its way to Nintendo’s hybrid system. 

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