SEGA has revealed that their recently released game, Alien: Isolation, has surpassed one million in sales.

The figure covers games sold directly to consumers rather than those shipped to retailers, which marks a huge achievement for the survival horror game based on Ridley Scott’s film. For those of you who own the game, there is still three more DLC packs on the way so you still have some new content to look forward to.

Alien: Isolation was developed by Creative Assembly and launched on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One on October 7, 2014, to mixed mixed review scores from critics. Let us know in the comments what you thought of the game.

  • Ouch. It took this long? Well I guess doing the math over ACM it didn’t sell that many. I’d say a million copies is still $50 or $60 million. Problem is its been on $20 or so sale plenty of times. I guess $20 million is still $20 million. Until you start calculating the cuts of who gets what.

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