Frostpunk: The post-apocalyptic management game transcends a symbolic level

News game Frostpunk: The post-apocalyptic management game has exceeded a symbolic level. Published on 04/27/2021 at 8:42 am 11-Bit-Studio released an update on Frostpunk last week. On the occasion of the third anniversary of its title, the developer announced the number of units of its title sold and thanked its community. Through a message posted on Steam, the Polish company announced that three million copies of Frostpunk had been sold in three years of its existence. It’s still worse than its big brother This War of Mine, which sold 4.5 million units in 2019 (for a five-year period). As a reminder, the game is set in the 19th century in a world that fell victim to a terrible ice age. The player has to manage a group of 80 people who are exposed to hunger, cold and also depression. On the occasion of this anniversary, 11-Bit-Studio also took the opportunity to announce the arrival of the soundtrack of two Frostpunk expansions: Au bord du gouffre and The Last Autumn. It is available to all Season Pass holders at no additional cost. Source: Steam About Frostpunk: By Charlanmhg, Writing MPTwitter

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