Available since yesterday, Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King seems to have found significant commercial success.
Since its launch, Switch has become the new home for independent titles and no wonder, because the features of the hybrid console allow us to bring those games that take up the basic and fun mechanics that have made this industry great.
One more example of the success that indie games are having on the new Nintendo console comes from the hand of Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King, a game that, on its first day on the market, sold more than its total on Steam.
Yesterday, the action and adventure game called Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King, developed by Castle Pixel and evidently taking The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past as its main influence, debuted on Switch and today its distributor FDG Entertainment reported that it sold double units that its total on Steam, a platform on which it was launched in March of this year.
This title puts you in the role of Lily, Knight of the Rose, who must save the kingdom of Blossom in an adventure that will take her to fight in different dungeons while traveling a huge world. The title promises more than 15 hours of play and a fantastic storytelling.
Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King is now available on the Switch eShop and you can buy it for $14.99 USD. But if you’re interested in giving it a try through Steam, you can do it for the same amount of $14.99.
Woah! #BlossomTales sold double the amount of units on #Switch launch day vs. lifetime sales on #Steam (!) Big thanks to the #NintendoSwitch community and @NintendoAmerica @NintendoEurope ! We love you! Happy Holidays!! Congrats to the team @castlepixel @visagermusic @Tendurin pic.twitter.com/6SGh7FS3xb
— FDG Entertainment (@FDG_Games) December 22, 2017