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Kena: Bridge of Spirits & The Riftbreaker have sold well

Kena: Bridge of Spirits & The Riftbreaker are two games that have been recently released. And, according to both Ember Lab and EXOR Studios, the games have sold well and are both in the profit zone.

As Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier reported:

“The Griers wouldn’t say exactly how many copies of Kena they’ve sold, but they said they’ve recouped the game’s initial costs and have been pleasantly surprised with sales so far.”

This success will allow Ember Lab to focus on its next game. Although we don’t know much, this new game will also be a narrative-driven game (like Kena).

Similarly, EXOR Studios stated that The Riftbreaker’s sales have exceeded its expectations.

“More than two hundred thousand Riftbreakers decided to purchase the game and jump through the portal to Galatea 37. Thank you for supporting us!

This number has by far surpassed our expectations and will allow us to continue supporting and expanding the game with new features and content. The feedback that we’ve been receiving from all of you has been incredible and will help us shape the game for the better during the weeks and months to come.”

EXOR Studios is now working on fixing most of the game’s remaining issues. Additionally, the team confirmed that it will work on an online coop multiplayer game mode. This multiplayer mode will take at least 6-12 months to complete.

Lastly, be sure to check out Stephen’s review of Kena, as well as our PC Performance Analysis for The Riftbreaker.

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