The French studio reports positive sales growth of over 47 per cent.
Today via press release, Dontnod Entertainment, developers of games like Life is Strange and Vampyr, announced that they are working on two more unannounced games. In addition, they also confirmed that they saw positive sales growth of 47.4%, which generated consolidated revenues of €14.3 million, up from the €9.7 million from 2017, thanks to having more games under production, and royalties generated from games already released.
No details were given to either unannounced games, but they join the currently running Life is Strange 2 – which recently had its remaining episodes roadmap laid out – the announced Twin Mirror, which you can read about here, and their most recent full retail release, Vampyr, which is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with a Switch version announced.
Dontnod Entertainment rose to prominence with the episodic Life is Strange in 2015, which spawned a prequel spin-off, and sequel that is currently going through its launch schedule as well.