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A Plague Tale: Innocence has sold one million copies worldwide

Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive announced that A Plague Tale: Innocence has sold over one million copies worldwide. Unfortunately, though, the publisher did not reveal any platform-specific sales numbers.

David Dedeine, Chief Creative Office and Co-Founder of Asobo Studio, said:

“The entire team at Asobo Studio is extremely proud of the path A Plague Tale: Innocence has taken in one year, with Focus Home Interactive by our side. Every day more and more players are discovering the story of Amicia and Hugo. That is for us the greatest source of motivation. We can’t wait to bring other adventures and strong emotional experiences!”

John Bert, Chief Operating Officer at Focus Home Interactive, also added:

“It’s a testament to the talent of both our teams that we have achieved this important milestone. It has always been a great pleasure to work with the team at Asobo Studio, and we are proud to continue our partnership with another ambitious upcoming title. These brilliant results only strengthen our resolve to keep working with such talented partners to deliver the most unique and exciting games on the market.”

As part of the Steam Summer Sale, A Plague Tale: Innocence is now available for purchase with a 66% discount.

It’s also worth noting that the PC version of A Plague Tale: Innocence is great . The game runs and looks well on the PC platform.

Lastly, Asobo is reportedly working on  a sequel to A Plague Tale: Innocence.

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