Zelda-Like Oceanhorn Sells 1 Million, Coming to “a Nintendo Console”

With the release of Oceanhorn on PS4 and Xbox One last month, publisher FDG Entertainment has announced that the game has sold one million units across all platforms. In addition to the aforementioned consoles, it’s out now on PC, Mac, and iOS devices.

In a press release, FDG revealed that Oceanhorn is set to be ported to Android and “a Nintendo console.” While that could be referring to the upcoming NX, it’s not confirmed. We’ve contacted FDG to clarify which platform it’s speaking about and will update this article as we receive more information.

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The Zelda-like adventure game is also on its way to the Vita, which FDG announced on Twitter last month. No release dates were revealed for any of the new platforms.

Oceanhorn developer Cornfox & Bros announced a sequel back in August. Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm utilizes a third-person camera, as opposed to the top-down perspective of the first game. Despite this change, Cornfox said it would be “built upon the same elements that were the heart and soul of the first Oceanhorn game: exploring a colorful world, a deep backstory with secrets and twists, amazing music, and most importantly, classic action-RPG gameplay with items, puzzles, battles, and badass bosses.”