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505 Games announces Ghostrunner 2, first game surpasses 600K sold copies

505 Games has announced the agreement with One More Level for the development and the publication of the second version of the Ghostrunner. Additionally, Digital Bros Group will double its investment for the creation of Ghostrunner 2, contributing with an initial budget of 5 million euros.

For the production of Ghostrunner 2, 505 Games renews its collaboration with the Polish studio One More Level, the developers of the first version of the video game.

Ghostrunner is a first-person cyberpunk action video game set in a grim, dystopian future. Since its launch in October 2020, the game has sold over 600,000 copies.

Raffaele Galante, co-CEO of Digital Bros with his brother Rami, said:

“We are particularly excited about the future release of Ghostrunner 2. Together with One More Level, we have created a thrilling and engaging video game.”

“This new collaboration deepens 505 Games presence within the Polish videogame market, a reality now among the firsts in Europe for the development of video games, new projects and talents. We will continue to pay close attention to the Polish market to constantly improve and expand our product portfolio with video games capable of satisfying the tastes of the entire gaming community.”

Unfortunately,  505 Games has not revealed any additional details, a release date or screenshots.

Stay tuned for more!

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