Tribes of Midgard, the co-op survival game by Gearbox Publishing and Norsfell Games, launched earlier this week, and since then has sold through over 250K copies, according to the publisher. Additionally, launch day saw the game become the 9th most-viewed game on the platform with nearly 100K concurrent viewers at its peak.
Tribes of Midgard released on July 27th, has seen the game hit a few milestones, including becoming the 9th-most watched game on Twitch that day with nearly 100K concurrent viewers. The studio took to Twitter to celebrate and thank players for hitting this milestone.
We are very excited to announce that Midgard has been protected by over 250,000 Vikings!????Thank you to our growing community for your continued support and for helping us achieve this amazing milestone.?? pic.twitter.com/rqPeOG0PVP— Tribes of Midgard (@tribesofmidgard) July 30, 2021
Additionally, since its launch, (actually within the first hours) Norsfell announced that players had slain over 40,000 Jotnar (Giants), and as such the studio will be partnering with One Tree Planted and plans on planting as many trees to celebrate.
You did it, Midguardians!Within the first few hours, you all managed to slay forty thousand Giants!So now, @GearboxOfficial and @Norsfell are teaming up with @OneTreePlanted to plant 40k glorious trees in your honor. ????You made Yggdrasil proud! #TreesOfMidgard pic.twitter.com/x2GRtPv1TT— Tribes of Midgard (@tribesofmidgard) July 29, 2021
Tribes of Midgard released on PC and PlayStation platforms, bringing the isometric survival game to the Viking age. Players slay Giants and protect a village as players explore dungeons, upgrade gear and more.