Enter the Gungeon hits 3m sales

Enter the Gungeon hits 3m sales

Indie roguelike title Enter the Gungeon has shifted three million copies since its launch in 2016.

That's according to the Twitter account of developer Dodge Roll Games (below), which revealed the milestone earlier this week. Not only that - the studio announced that spin-off Exit the Dungeon would be coming to PC and console later in 2020. Until now, that game has only been available on iOS devices following its debut on Apple Arcade last September.

Arcade spin-off House of the Gundead is still set to launch in 2020, too.

In hitting three million sales, Enter the Gungeon has tripled the number of copies it has sold since July 2017 when the pixel art shooter went platinum. We caught up with Dodge Roll then, about a year after launch, to discuss the title's initial success.

We also caught up with the developer during 2019 after it revealed it was going to stop working on Enter the Gungeon around three years after the game was initially released.

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