Fez Sales Reach 1 Million Units - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 09 December 2013 / 7,017 Views

Developer Polytron has announced that its platforming game, Fez, sales have reached the one million milestone. The game first came out for the Xbox Live Arcade on the Xbox 360 on April 13, 2013. The game was later released on Steam on May 1, 2013, as well as OS X and Linux on September 11, 2013.

"Fez has now sold over a million unit across all platforms," said Polytron in a news post on their site. "That's right, a cool mil! And we couldn't have done it without you! Thank you for buying the game! Thank you for stealing it! Thank you for telling your friends about it! Thank you for buying it again when it came out on PC"

"Thank you for boycotting it so well! Thank you for putting up with the bullshit! Thank you for all your love letters, fan art, cosplays and freakin' tattoos you got, you crazy bastards! Thank you, thank you, thank you! THANKS A MILLION!"

A sequel to Fez was first announced in July 2013, however it was later cancelled when Phil Fish left the gaming industry.

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Ganoncrotch (on 10 December 2013)

Phil fish is an odd human being if I'm honest, watch anything to do with him and will make you avoid this game like the plague. In the indie game movie when some stuff doesn't go his way he throws a hissy fit at a gaming con and straight up breaks to law showing off a demo of a game he hasn't got the rights to show. Insults gamers and the industry then last year and when someone tells him to simmer down he says no sequel to Fez and that he is taking the money and leaving the industry, properly immature weirdo.