Chivalry is definitely not dead when it comes to Torn Banner Studio's first-person medieval slasher title, which has seen more than 1.2 million copies sold since its launch back in October of 2012.
Showing off their numbers in a new infographic, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare has seen 23,233 concurrent users at peak, with the most sales being contributed to the USA at 455,802. Australia is also represented on the chart, coming in at sixth on the sales chart with 71,533 copies sold so far.
To celebrate this milestone, Torn Banner studios has added character customization to Chivalry by way of a new content update. The new customisation system will let you change a number of your characters visual details, including new helmets and new crests plus a variation of tabard and shield patterns. You'll also be able to colourise your chosen warrior to really stand apart from the rest of your other colourful teammates and enemies.
Of course it isn't just customisation that is coming in the latest patch, with the inclusion of your usual bug fixes and class changes to boot. You can find out more on what is to come in the content update 2 patch over at the official website
and check out the infogrpahics below.