Enter the Gungeon sells 200,000 units, makes $3m in first week on sale

Devolver Digital’s latest release Enter the Gungeon generated $3m (2.1m) globally in its first week on sale.

What’s more – developer Dodge Roll has announced that over the dungeon-crawling twin-stick shooterhas been downloaded over 200,000 times since its launch on April 5th.

The title is currently available on PlayStation 4 and PC.It was the second best-selling title on Steam worldwide last week, behind pre-orders for Bandai Namco’s Dark Souls III.

At the time of writing, analytics firm Steam Spy says that the title has sold around 170,051 copies on PC, suggesting that the vast majority of sales have been for PC (though Steam Spy figures are not 100 per cent accurate).

Enter the Gungeon released to positive reviews, with Metacritic ratings of 84 and 81 on PC and PS4 respectively.

Enter the Gungeon is closing in on $3 million worldwide during its first week of release so plans are underway to build a real-life gungeon at Devolver Digital HQ complete with a hot tub made of platinum and unicorn tears, Devolver Digital chief financial officer Fork Parker told MCV.

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