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Evil Dead sold over half a million copies in five days

Asymmetric multiplayer horror game Evil Dead came out on May 13, a thematically appropriate Friday the 13th. In the first five days after its release, as mentioned in the full year report of the Embracer Group, which owns developer Saber Interactive, and @EmbracerInvestor on Twitter, Evil Dead sold over 500,000 copies.

Originally scheduled for a 2021 release, Evil Dead: The Game was first delayed to February 2022 for polish and to add singleplayer, then again to May. As Saber said at the time, “This delay gives our team the time they need to get things just right, so your boomstick will be polished, fully loaded, and ready to blast Deadites on that Friday the 13th of May.” It seems to have paid off, and Evil Dead has been better-received than Saber Interactive’s previous licensed co-op zombie shooter, World War Z.



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