French studio Quantic Dream has announced that interactive drama Detroit: Become Human has sold more than 8 million copies since its release in 2018. Relevant information emerged in the official microblog Project.
Recall that Quantic Dream last shared information about the sale of their latest game in May of last year. By that time, she managed to scatter around the world in a crowd of 7 million copies – the information was released by the founder and CEO of Quantic Dream, David Cage, in an address to the players on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Studio.
Detroit: Become Human was released in May 2018 for PlayStation 4 and December 2019 for PC (Epic Games Store). The game reached the Steam digital distribution service in June 2020.
Quantic Dream is currently working on Star Wars Eclipse, although anecdotal sources say it won’t be released until 2027. The studio is also developing the adventure game Under the Waves.