Detroit: Become Human Reaches New Sales Record After Launching On Steam

Quantic Dream's latest game has achieved a big milestone for sales.

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Quantic Dream's latest game, Detroit: Become Human, has reached a new sales milestone. The French developer said in a news release that the game passed 5 million sales across all platforms following its release on Steam. The game launched earlier on PC through the Epic Games Store.

Detroit started out as a PS4-exclusive, but Quantic Dream has since ended its publishing agreement with Sony and is now planning to be a multiplatform game developer and "boutique" publisher.

Quantic Dream also announced that Detroit's Twitch extension, Community Play, was a big success. Nearly 500 streamers used the Twitch overlay to call on their viewers to vote for what decisions should be made in the game. In total, more than 1.5 million votes were cast.

Quantic Dream co-CEO Guillaume de Fondaumiere said in the news release that Detroit has enjoyed an "incredibly positive" response overall, though he cited Asian markets as being of particular importance.

The developer has no officially announced projects for the future just yet, but the company's next game will be a self-published title for next-gen consoles.

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