Content Warning sells 2.2 million copies, console release may soon be possible

In a new post on Twitter/X, Landfall Games announced that its horror indie hit “Content Warning” has now sold 2.2 million copies.

The post further explains that this means that “over 8.8 million players” own the game on Steam. The developers also mention that 6.6 million people claimed the game while it was still free for 24 hours.

In follow-up posts from the same thread, the developers also tease a possible console version. Two different fans in the thread are hoping for a console version. Then the Landfall account quickly responded with “Never say never!” and an eye emoji to each fan.

Landfall's tweets hardly confirm that a console version is on the way. The developers have not given any concrete confirmation. However, today's posts suggest that the developers may at least be interested in console ports.

It's unclear when the ports might arrive and which platforms Landfall would target. Content Warning was only introduced in April 2024 and quickly became a hit.

It still has “very positive” reviews on Steam and went partially viral itself, with many praising its co-op mechanics and horror approach.

The gameplay is also somewhat reminiscent of Lethal Company from late 2023. Some recent Fortnite leaks actually suggested that a Lethal Company crossover could be on the way.

Fans probably know Landfall Games best for Totally Accurate Battle Simulator. TABS only released its last content update last January.

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