The ultimate developer game Quantic Dream it was a great success. Detroit: Become Human, originally published in May 2018, has now passed 3,2 million copies sold. The announcement was made by Quantic Dream on their official Twitter account.

The figure is nothing short of amazing. In fact, in December 2019, Sony had announced that the game had reached the 2 million copies sold. This means that in less than a year, 1,2 million copies have been sold. Detroit sales should continue to grow, as the game should also be launched on PC by the end of the year as a timed exclusive for Epic Games Store.

Quantic Dream has worked extensively with Sony for its past projects, including Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human, but in recent months the company has also decided to look to the multi-platform for its next release. Heavy Rain was released on PC in June, while Beyond: Two Souls arrived on PC in July. Like Detroit, both titles are exclusive to Epic Games Store through an exclusive time agreement between Epic and Quantic.

For those unfamiliar with the game, Detroit: Become Human tells the story of three androids who live in a future (perhaps not too far away) struggling with their sensitivity. In this future, androids are deeply similar to life and intertwined with society.