Cult RPG Persona 4 Golden has sold more than half a million units on PC since its launch in June.
In a post from publisher Atlus on Twitter (below), the firm revealed that it had sold 500,000 copies within the last month. The title launched on June 13th, published by Sega.
According to SteamCharts, the game has had a concurrent user peak of 29,984 since its release. Persona 4 originally launched for the PlayStation 2 back in 2008, before the updated Persona 4 Golden version was released for Sony's PlayStation Vita handheld console in 2012.
The PC version debuted at the No.4 spot in the Steam charts following its release, before rising to second place the following week.
"We're excited to announce that Persona 4 Golden has hit 500,000 players on PC! Thank you for all your support!" wrote Atlus West.
"We hope you're enjoying #P4G and welcome back to the Midnight Channel!"
We're excited to announce that Persona 4 Golden has hit 500,000 players on PC! Thank you for all your support!— Official ATLUS West (@Atlus_West) July 11, 2020
Character Designer Shigenori Soejima created this original sketch to celebrate. We hope you're enjoying #P4G and welcome back to the Midnight Channel! pic.twitter.com/SlYBINYedY