Quantic Dream has announced the long-lasting success of its video game Detroit: Become Human, which just passed 6 million units sold worldwide. Additionally, the game has sold 1 million copies on PC as of July 6th, 2021.
Guillaume de Fondaumiere, Co-CEO of Quantic Dream, said:
“Despite the sanitary crisis going on, 2020 was a very strong year in terms of growth for our studio. Last year, our group demonstrated the relevance of our self-publishing strategy by achieving new record results after taxes of 5.7 million euros. This very beneficial trend is confirmed even more during this first half of 2021, with record sales registered in recent weeks.”
Lastly, Detroit: Become Human is now the best-selling game ever developed by Quantic Dream.
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