Just a few months after having sold 3.5 million copies, the rougelike platformer Dead Cellshas reached yet another milestone!
Motion Twin and Evil Empire recently confirmed that the game has surpassed a whopping 5 million copies sold across all platforms since its release, with the recent mobile release in China resulting in 1 million copies sold in “just a few days”.
The title first emerged as an Early Access title for Steam users all the way back in 2017, before finally making its official debut for Switch and other systems in August 2018.
Take a break from the frenzy of the castle and have a stroll through some luxurious scenery: Playdigious, in association with Motion Twin and Evil Empire, announced today that Dead Cells’ The Bad Seed DLC will sprout on mobile devices on March 30 for $3.99/€3.99.Also revealed today is the news that Dead Cells has crossed 5 million units sold worldwide across all platforms, including 1 million mobile units sold in China within just a few days.The Bad Seed DLC for mobile players provides a new and alternate early route for those who wish to keep their feet dry from the Sewers or are too afraid of the heights of the Remparts.
- New levels to lose your head in – the not-so-peaceful Dilapidated Arboretum and the noxious Morass of the Banished
- New monsters to rip to pieces – get to know the locals, such as the Jerkshroom and the Yeeter
- New weapons to play with – trim sticking out heads with the Scythe Claw, or make them dance to the sound of the Rhythm n’ Bouzouki
- New boss to fight against – Mama Tick is dying to meet youCustom run is under consideration for future updates.Winner and nominee for dozens of Game of the Year 2018 awards, Dead Cells is a critically-acclaimed roguelite metroidvania action platformer set within an unpredictable castle packed with dark secrets, game changing items and hordes of deadly beasts. Players face tough risk-reward decisions, building their loadout from an incredibly diverse arsenal of weapons and abilities in the hopes of dodging the castle’s omnipresent threat of permadeath. A steady series of post-launch updates addressing fan feedback has evolved Dead Cells, keeping its action-centric adventure as surprising as it is rewarding.