Detroit: Become Human has sold over 3 million copies worldwide

Detroit: Become Human has sold over 3 million copies worldwide
Imogen Donovan Updated on by

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Quantic Dream announced that Detroit: Become Human has sold 3.2 million copies worldwide since its launch in 2018.

It was exclusive to PlayStation 4, as per Quantic Dream’s partnership with publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment. The two split after almost a decade of working together, and so Detroit: Become Human will be coming to the Epic Games store soon. It will join Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls, and Quantic Dream CEO David Cage said that all of the studio’s new projects will be multiplatform releases

Detroit: Become Human is Quantic Dream’s fastest-selling title, and had achieved milestones of 1.5 million sales only a few months after launch and 2 million sales last December. So, it’s been chugging along quite quietly and successfully. Colm didn’t like it, though. He said its story tried its best to be emotive and thought-provoking, but ‘regularly veers into a bit that would be at home in a BBC mockumentary.’ For an exploration of android consciousness and humanity, I think you’d be better off watching Wallace and Gromit’s A Close Shave.