GreedFall Sells Over 1 Million Copies, Heading to PS5 and Xbox Series X / S

New content is also on the horizon for the game.

November 27, 2020

Developer Spiders has announced that its action RPG game GreedFall has sold over 1 million copies worldwide. As part of the announcement, it has been confirmed that fans can expect the game to be heading to next-generation consoles.

Taking to the official GreedFall Twitter account, the studio announced that it has been following community feedback surrounding the game and players can expect to see additional content becoming available. What this content entails is not yet known, but one reply to a user suggests that it could be looking into adding a photo mode.

GreedFall launched in 2019 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One and finds players taking control of a human that is neutral, between different factions that look to your input into driving the narrative. You sail to Teer Fradee to discover a cure for a plague that ravages through your home. The key point for the game has been that choices made can have far-reaching consequences in the world, meaning that each choice really does change the fate of yourself, or others.

The island players travel to will also be packed with natives and monsters spanning across the vast lands. Each area is fully explorable, and in-between areas you’re able to rest and organize your gear at camp as well as deciding what 2 characters you want to bring with you into the area to help you in conversations and combat.

GreedFall is currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The announcement suggests that it’ll be heading to PS5 and Xbox Series X / S although an exact timeframe has not yet been revealed.

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