Stellar Blade Sold 1 Million Units In 2 Months; PC Port Being Planned

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Huge Success For Shift Up's First AAA Game!

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  • Stellar Blade has sold 1 million units.
  • Shift Up has confirmed plans for a PC port.
  • Following this success, fans can expect a sequel to the game.

Stellar Blade launched in late April to surprising critical acclaim. Developer Shift Up has gone quiet since then, but the team has finally shared an exciting update.

According to the studio, this release has finally reached a major sales milestone after becoming one of PlayStation’s biggest games in May. The studio has also offered an exciting teaser for PC gamers.

Why it matters: PlayStation is already a major player in the PC market. Since it brings nearly every first-party title to this market, it makes sense to do the same for third-party exclusives.

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Shift UP recently revealed new details at its IPO conference. The company has shared that Stellar Blade is estimated to have sold 1 million units.

Needless to say, this is a huge deal for a developer that just dipped its toes in the AAA market. Since the game was first released in late April, this milestone has been reached in just under two months.

CFO Jaewoo Ahn also teased a PC port. He believes the PC market presents another opportunity to grow the IP, so the studio is interested in porting the title to this platform.

While no other details were shared, this is not the first time Shift Up has teased a PC port. CEO Kim Hyun Tae also stated that more information won’t be available for some time.

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This is mainly due to the contractual relationship between the studio and PlayStation. However, like Final Fantasy 16, the game will probably end up on PC sooner or later.

Stellar Blade may no longer be the talk of the town, but the title was quite famous leading up to its release.

Apart from various controversies, it was praised for being polished and offering surprisingly fun gameplay elements. Following this release, Shift Up intends to explore the AAA market further.

Fans can also expect a sequel for Stellar Blade since this launch has been such a success.

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