I Expect You To Die Earned $1 Million
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I Expect You To Die Earned $1 Million
1 September, 2017

I Expect You To Die from Schell Games was originally launched in December 2016. This week Gamasutra reported that the project actually earned over a million dollars.

The gameplay itself is pretty simple. You work your way out of the seemingly impossible situation, using the things around you. Seems like this simple formula really appeals to the audience. I Expect You To Die first appeared on Oculus Rift. Later it plowed its way to PlayStation VR, and finally HTC Vive.

It’s nice to see VR games finally making money. Looks like the developers finally figured out the right format for these kinds of experiences.

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