Upcoming action role-playing game Vampyr from developer DONTNOD will not be getting any DLC.
Talking in an interview with MCV UK publisher Focus Home Interactive president Cédric Lagarrigue talked about the upcoming title. When asked about how long they plan to support Vampyr it was revealed that though no DLC is planned a sequel is more likely.
"This is a purely solo experience; we did not plan DLC. We would prefer, if the reception of the game justifies it, to think about a sequel. We and Dontnod already have some ideas, as there’s so many incredible things to offer in such a universe."
In the same interview the publisher also commented on how many copies they are looking to sell when Vampyr releases.
"From our investment, it will be considered a success when around a million copies are sold, but it will only need half of that to be profitable. These are numbers we now reach and exceed regularly with most our games."
Aiming for one million copies is a fair goal and when the game releases hopefully it will be able to hit this mark and maybe even more.
Vampyr is set to release something in Spring 2018 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.