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Enter the Gungeon Sells 200,000 Copies In First Week

Dodge Roll’s bullet-hell rogue-like game Enter the Gungeon has proven a hit across PS4 and PC, having shifted 200,000 copies in its first week. The news was celebrated by the developer on Twitter recently (via. Polygon).

The firearm-frenzied action game debuted on April 5, and has charmed fans of intense action, old-school roguelikes and co-op play ever since. The game involves four adventures who wander the titular Gungeon, with players launching all manner of wacky debris towards the enemies that infest its multiple floors. Layouts are procedurally generated, meaning no two playthroughs are completely the same – keeping players on their toes across the course of the game.

Gungeon isn’t the only explosive title in terms of popularity, with the Harvest Moon-esque Stardew Valley selling 500,000 units in its first two weeks. Enter the Gungeon ranks second in Steamspy’s trending games, and according to developer Dodge Roll, new content will be entering the Gungeon sometime soon.

You can check out Enter the Gungeon‘s gameplay trailer below.

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