Devolver Digital's platformer Gris has sold over one million copies worldwide.
As announced on Twitter (below), the game – developed by indie firm Nomada Studio – has hit the milestone over two years after it came to PC and Nintendo Switch. The game hit mobile devices in August 2019 and came to PS4 later that same year.
"We are thrilled to announce that GRIS has sold more than one million copies...crazy. Thanks to our team, families, @devolverdigital and especially to all of you who made this possible," said Nomada Studio.
In January 2019, Facebook rejected the launch trailer ad for Gris. The social media platform claimed it had a "sexually suggestive" scene. However, Devolver Digital claimed the refusal was "stupid."
Last November, the publisher accused The Fabulous app – a self-care app – of plagiarism. Devolver Digital took to Twitter to show evidence to back up its claims.
We are thrilled to announce that GRIS has sold more than one million copies... crazy!! Thanks to our team, families, @devolverdigital and specially to all of you who made this possible pic.twitter.com/UOuHkaGt0m— Nomada Studio - G R I S (@nomadastudiobcn) April 19, 2020