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Sifu snags a million players in just three weeks

Sloclap's Pak Mei Kung Fu adventure Sifu has sold over a million copies just three weeks after launch.

Sloclap is on a roll. Yesterday the French game studio announced that its Pak Mei Kung Fu martial arts adventure Sifu has sold over a million copies in just three weeks.

That's an impressive metric considering the game sold over 500,000 copies in the first 48 hours after it released. It's also an eye-popping number when you consider that the only two platforms it's available on are PlayStation and the Epic Games Store. 

Executive producer Pierre Tarno shared some context about where the game is selling--not only is the game a hit in North America, it's selling extremely well in China, where the art of Pak Mei Kung Fu originates. 

The success of the game also means that Sloclap is working to implement full Chinese Mandarin voiceover, which will be available soon. 

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