Over the past couple of days, publisher Focus Home Interactive have held their annual What’s Next event, in which they’ve revealed future plans for their upcoming line-up of titles, as well as more information pertaining to some already-available games that released over the past twelve months. One of them was Vampyr, Dontnod’s adventure/Action RPG hybrid set during the Spanish flu epidemic in early-20th century London. It proved to be quite the divisive game across the board but here, was viewed as well worth the wait in our review — providing both an intriguing story as well as some enjoyable gameplay both in and outside of its vampiric combat.
Now, Focus Home Interactive have confirmed that nearly a year since it originally released for PS4, Xbox One & PC last June, Vampyr has finally passed the million mark, for units sold. What’s more, to tie in with today’s updated sales figures, the publisher have announced they’ve renewed their relationship with the French developer — going on to confirm that they are working closely with the studio on an entirely new and “ambitious” project. Vampyr has already been confirmed to be heading to the Switch at some point in the near future, with Saber Interactive helping to port the game to Nintendo’s platform. Once again, Focus stopped short at providing a release date.