What you need to know
- Carrion is a reverse horror game developed by Phobia Game Studio and published by Devolver Digital.
- Carrion released on July 23 for PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Xbox Game Pass.
- Devolver Digital shared today that over 200,000 copies of Carrion have been sold.
- Carrion has also seen "hundreds of thousands" of players through Xbox Game Pass.
Carrion from Phobia Game Studio and Devolver Digital released on July 23 and according to a new press release, it's doing quite well. Per Gematsu, Devolver Digital shared that Carrion has sold 200,000 copies. Devolver Digital also revealed that Carrion has "hundreds of thousands" of players through Xbox Game Pass.
This is in line with comments from other developers and publishers, such as the developers of CrossCode, who revealed that more people are playing CrossCode through Game Pass than through PS4 and Nintendo Switch put together.
Dem's Good Eatin'!
Carrion is a feast in more ways than one.
Crunch your way to freedom, eat all the people, grow fat, and spread your corruption! You won't get enough of this reverse horror and will definitely go back for seconds.
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