Useless Cells launched in the summertime of 2018 and, for essentially the most half, obtained acclaim throughout the board. Although it joined a slew of different rogue-like titles, Useless Cells managed to face out within the crowd. That is most notably evident now, because the title has formally reached a formidable milestone of 1 million copies offered.
A Sport Designer at developer Movement Twin, Sébastien Bénard, introduced the information throughout Sport Developer Convention 2019. He additionally shared a number of attention-grabbing statistics on the subject of the Useless Cells gross sales numbers. For one, 60 p.c of the copies offered for Useless Cells have been on PC platforms. So far as gross sales of the console model are involved, Bénard revealed that Useless Cells offered greatest on the Nintendo Swap.
For followers of the title holding out hope for a sequel, don’t maintain on too lengthy. Months after the profitable launch of Useless Cells, Bénard divulged how Movement Twin has no plans to develop a follow-up. On the time, the designer acknowledged the next a couple of potential sequel: “For those who create an enormous hit, it’s greatest to make use of this power to make one thing totally different.” Whereas his phrases don’t completely rule out the opportunity of one other Useless Cells, they actually appear to counsel Movement Twin intends to focus its efforts elsewhere for now.
At current, what Movement Twin goals to do subsequent stays unknown. Nevertheless, followers might hear information of the studio’s subsequent challenge sooner slightly than later. In line with a brief Useless Cells documentary, the builders have been able to producing the hit title on a 12-month improvement cycle. The brief documentary additionally defined Movement Twin’s studio construction, particularly relating to how everybody on the crew receives the identical pay.
Useless Cells is on the market now throughout the PlayStation four, Nintendo Swap, PC, and Xbox One platforms.
[Source: Sébastien Bénard via Game Informer]