Enter the Gungeon sells 200,000 copies in first week0 Comments
Dodge Roll announced that its Dark Souls-inspired rogue-lite Enter the Gungeon sold 200,000 in its first week since launch. The game currently goes for $14.99, meaning everyone involved made a nice profit in one short week. Dodge Roll is also selling the game's original soundtrack for $7 on Bandcamp.
Enter the Gungeon got a PC patch earlier this week as well, repairing a few bugs and fixing some of the balance issues initially present in the game. The patch makes key acquisition more reliable, and they've also reduced the difficulty of the Treadnaught boss. Other fixes patched issues where enemies would spawn in unreachable locations or quests were not being tracked and recorded properly. You can check out Dodge Roll's full list of patch notes over on Steam.
Enter the Gungeon launched on April 5 and was praised highly by critics. It's now available on Steam and PlayStation 4.