Who would have thought that A Plague Tale: Innocence, a game in which rats are the main motive could sell a million copies? Many publishers would suspect the same, but Focus Home Interactive recognized the qualities of last year’s game A Plague Tale: Innocence, which they have now announced has surpassed its first million copies sold worldwide.
It has achieved this in the year and a half since it was on the market, but it is worth mentioning that the game on PC and Xbox was available without sales through various subscriptions (Origin Access Premiere and Xbox Game Pass). Of course, the game deserves more than that million copies, considering that it told one of the better stories last year, and its presentation can be compared to far more expensive projects.
I have written about this game before as one of the hidden masterpieces in the world of games. You can see the text here
The continuation of the game is already planned, but it should not be expected so soon because the same team is now working on a totally different type of game – Microsoft Flight Simulator.