The developer behind the PlayStation 3-exclusive hit Journey has revealed that it has started to receive royalties for the critically-acclaimed adventure, which released in March 2012.
It’s a well-known fact that development of the Indie title virtually bankrupt Thatgamecompany after production overran by a year, eating up most of the studio’s backup resources.
However, the game has finally become profitable for the troubled studio, co-founder Jenova Chen has said.
“It seems that Journey sales are not really going away,” said Chen, during a chinwag with Family Gamer TV. “I’m quite curious to see what happens this quarter.”
Journey casts players in the role of a mysterious robed figured as they attempt to reach a lonely mountain far off in the distance. How you get there and who you cooperate with is entirely up to you.
Not played Journey? Be sure to check out our review to see what you’re missing out on.