Within a month from the date of release, 1 million copies of the cooperative game It Takes Two have been sold - the developers announced this on their official page. Hazelight noted that the game continues to gain traction, so "sales continue."
The developers thanked the fans for such support: "It means a lot to us" - it was said in the appeal. Interestingly, the studio's previous game, A Way Out, has sold over 3 million copies, which means that the new product can quite compare with this indicator, as it already shows a great start. A Way Out also sold a million copies in its first few weeks, so it's safe to say that both games got off to a good start.
The director and screenwriter of the novelty, Josef Fares, also addressed fans, noting that "People love cooperative games." He expressed the hope that now we will see even more games in a similar style.
Recall that the game was released by Electronic Arts, although, as you know, the company itself did not receive a penny for the sold game - one can only guess on what terms the contract was signed between Hazelight and EA.
It Takes Two is one of the best modern platformer games that tells the story of a couple that fell out. At the moment, there is a promotion in which you can play with someone completely free of charge.