The developers at Quantic Dream are currently hard at work on their next project, Star Wars: Eclipse. However, their previous production, Detroit: Become Human, continues to be a popular choice among players.
The studio has recently released new sales figures for the game, revealing that it has exceeded 8 million copies sold since its release in May 2018.
It is important to note that in March of the previous year, Quantic Dream announced that over 6.5 million players had acquired the game, indicating that in recent months, the production has garnered significant interest and attracted an additional 1.5 million buyers.
This is a noteworthy achievement and a testament to the success of the game and the talent of the Quantic Dream team.
We are proud to announce that #DetroitBecomeHuman has officially sold over 8 million copies worldwide! pic.twitter.com/12g1AvzN7k
— Detroit: Become Human (@Detroit_Game) January 18, 2023
As I sit here and ponder upon the success of Quantic Dream’s Detroit: Become Human, I can’t help but feel a sense of awe. To think that a game that debuted on the market nearly 5 years ago, offering only a single-player campaign, could still be making waves in the gaming world is truly impressive.
The developers at Quantic Dream have every reason to be proud of their creation, and I am sure they are relishing in the well-deserved accolades that have been bestowed upon them.
But as the studio’s fans, we can’t help but hold our breath in anticipation of what’s to come. Rumors have been circulating that the team at Quantic Dream is currently hard at work on not one, but two new AAA games- Star Wars: Eclipse, and another mysterious project that has yet to be announced. The thought of what they could be creating has us all on the edge of our seats.
It’s worth noting that Detroit: Become Human first made its debut as a PlayStation 4 exclusive in May 2018, but has since made its way to personal computers.