SEGA has announced that Spiral Knights, its free-to-play adventure, now has one million registered players worldwide.
To celebrate the milestone, SGEA and the game’s developer, Three Rings, has added a new batch of content to the game for free. Called the Ironclaw Munitions Factory, the new dungeon is within the Clockworks where gremlin engineers are developing a “weapon of incredible power,” known as Project Roarmulus.
New weapons such as the Polaris and Supernova guns have also been added.
“During development, we hoped Spiral Knights’ classic action, handcrafted art, and co-operative nature would appeal to gamers of all stripes, and reaching this milestone is confirmation of our vision for the game,” said Daniel James, CEO of Three Rings.
“Seeing a million eager knights forging ahead into the Clockworks, building guilds and our game community, is gratifying for our entire team. As seen in recent content updates like the Ironclaw Munitions Factory and the Gloaming Wildwoods, we are more determined than ever to continue expanding and adding to the Clockworks for our fans.”
The game was released back in April, and became available on Steam in early June.