For years, Sony and developer/publisher Quantic Dream were attached at the hip and were part of several high-profile collaborations. The final one of those was Detroit: Become Human, a story set in the future about the uneasy relationship between humans and advanced androids. The game is roughly 3 years old now, but continues to sell well after launch.
Quantic Dream took to their official Twitter to announce the game had now surpassed 6 million units sold. For reference, in August of last year, the game was said to pass 5 million units sold. That means in under a year, the game managed another 1 million in sales and that’s all despite being given away on PS Plus as well as being part of the Plus Collection.
Detroit: Become Human is available now on PlayStation 4 and PC. Quantic Dream has announced plans to become independent, with a new studio being built in Montreal earlier this year. As of now, there have been no announced plans for whatever their next project will be.
We’re proud of #DetroitBecomeHuman, which has officially sold over 6 million units worldwide on PS4 and PC! ⭕️
Thank you 6 million times! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/b5WZn58aPw
— Quantic Dream (@Quantic_Dream) July 21, 2021