Divinity: Original Sin 2 – the crowdfunded RPG from Larian Studios – has passed 1 million lifetime sales. The game released in September, but before that it had spent a year in Steam Early Access, which accounted for about a third of its sales.
... at least, not without the best fans in the world! In just a couple of months we've roared past this huge landmark, and it's all down to you! pic.twitter.com/PiimrwV9b8— Larian Studios (@larianstudios) November 28, 2017
In an interview with Eurogamer, Larian Studios owner Swen Vicks said that it took the first game two-to-three months to hit 500,000. This means the sequel doubled that milestone in a similar time-frame.
The game launched its Kickstarter campaign in August 2015. Within 12 hours, Larian hit their goal of $500,000 USD. All stretch goals were eventually met, and the campaign managed to raise over $2 million USD from over 42,000 backers.