Lince Works’ debut stealth-em-up Aragami has hit a milestone sales point. With over 100,000 copies shifted of the PC version of the title, the game is getting quite the following, even before the PS4 sales figures have been totted up. To celebrate, the indie developer are releasing a level editor for the game, to give players even more reason to sneak about in the shadows.
"We're still getting all the numbers in from PlayStation4 for February and March, but the game has been a massive success there as well. Thanks to this support, we're now in an amazing space where we alone can decide on the future of our games and the studio itself. And we owe it all to our amazing fans." says David Leon, Lince Works co-founder and Program-Lead on Aragami.
"The timing of this milestone couldn't have been sweeter as we'd just released Steam Work Shop support to our PC fans. I recall how in the In the '90s all of us on the team spent hours upon hours in the Tenchu 2 level editor, so we knew we wanted to give the same experience to our own players if the game's success meant we could focus time and effort on something similar."