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Monday, 25 July 2011 11:03

Bulletstorm didn’t make money

Written by David Stellmack
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Epic says game still worth making
Mike Capps says that Bulletstorm “didn’t make money,” in an article on Kotaku. Despite the fact that the game was not a financial success, the game was apparently still worth making, according to Capps. Bulletstorm reportedly struggled to crack 300,000 units in sales.

People Can Fly, the studio that Epic owns and that developed Bulletstorm, is apparently working on something else that Capps believes will be great. We, too, will be excited to see what People Can Fly is working on, as we thought Bulletstorm was a very good title that unfortunately many people just didn’t get.

We have to wonder (based on Capps’s comments) if a sequel to Bulletstorm isn’t on the Epic radar at the moment for a future release, as all of this talk seems to indicate that this is the case.

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