Atelier Ryza 2

Atelier Ryza 2 Shipped 150,000 Copies in First Week, Beating The Original Game’s Debut Sales

Koei Tecmo and Gust released Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy last week, and today they offered an update on sales.
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Koei Tecmo and Gust released Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy last week, and today they offered an update on sales.

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The new JRPG shipped 150,000 copies in its first week in Japan, which is remarkable for a series that has always been fairly niche.

The announcement, which came with more beautiful art by Toridamono, included a mention of the fact that shipments beat the debut sales record set by the original Atelier Ryza.

You can find the tweet and the artwork below.

https://twitter.com/GustAtelierPR/status/1336604208649236483

If you want to learn more about Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy, which is the second game of a trilogy, you can read our interview with producer Junzo Hosoi and our hands-on preview in which we reconnected with Ryza and her friends.

The game will release in North America on January 26, 2020, and in Europe on Jan. 29 for PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via SteamJapanese gamers got the game a bit earlier (on Dec. 3) on PS5, PS4, and Switch.

In case you missed it, you can enjoy the original announcement and a trailer with the first gallery of screenshots, the second gallery of imagesmore character art, a trailer with the PS5 announcementa look at battle gameplayanother gallery of screenshotsanother look at the photo mode, the latest trailer with the first Nintendo Switch gameplay, and some more gameplay from a few days ago.


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