White Knight Chronicles tops one million units shipped

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 11 April 2011 02:30 GMT

Sony has announced the White Knight Chronicles series has shipped one million units worldwide.

A representative of Sony PR tweeted the news.

The shipped units include White Knight Chronicles and White Knight Chronicles 2, both for PlayStation 3, PSP version White Knight Chronicles Origins.

Only the first title has been released outside Japan, although White Knight Chronicles 2 and Origins will arrive in Europe and the US this year.

The multiplayer-focused action RPG is published by Sony and created by Professor Layton developer Level-5.

Thanks, Siliconera.

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