Indie first-person shooter franchise Superhot has reportedly sold more than two million copies.
That’s according to Superhot Team business developer Tomasz Kaczmarczyk, who told PCGamesInsider.biz that the standard edition of the title has sold 1.2 million to 1.5 million copies, in addition to 800,000 sales of the virtual reality edition.
Mixing strategy and chaotic gunplay, the game’s central mechanic sees time move only when the player does, giving them a chance to defeat otherwise insurmountable odds.
“We’re pretty safely over two million copies sold in the Superhot franchise, not counting giveaways like Xbox Games With Gold and bundles,” Kaczmarczyk said of the Kickstarter funded project.
“It’s been going very well for us. Luckily, Superhot is somewhat timeless. The game mechanic or art style don’t really get old. We don’t see that much of a decline in sales as usually expect for a video game.”
Kaczmarczyk added: “We’ve actually grown revenue year-on-year between 2017 and 2018 even though we haven’t released anything new – which is great. That’s a mix of our own efforts and making sure that we are running discounts and sales properly and making it more approachable for new people.”