It’s been around two months now since Norwegian developer Krillbite Studio released its debut videogame, Among the Sleep. Since that time the developer has already issued one update for the virtual reality (VR) compatible horror title, but has this week revealed details about a second patch as well as the overall sales figures for the videogame. Players can expect the auto-update patch to arrive imminently.
Krillbite Studio confirmed that over 30,000 copies of the title have been sold across all channels. According to the developer, this is enough for the team to remain intact and develop new projects. “Among the Sleep has currently sold more than 30.000 copies across all channels,” it wrote in a Steam update, “which means we’ll be able to keep deliver new and exciting projects for you to play in the future! This is incredible and we want to thank all of you!”
As for the patch, titled Version 1.2.0, it mainly concerns various bug fixes. The title’s VR support has been addressed, fixing a camera issue seen at the very end of the title. Teddy, the title’s companion character, will no longer block the player when they stand in a corner. Other specific events have also been tweaked, such as the duration of messages, while some visual elements have also been upgrades. 5.1 audio support also headlines the update.
Among the Sleep is a first-person horror title in which players are cast as a toddler exploring strange noises in the middle of the night. The title features support for the Oculus Rift VR head-mounted display (HMD) on PC, Mac and Linux, and is also in development for the PlayStation 4 along with support for the Project Morpheus HMD. The developer is also set to create a downloadable expansion for the title which will release later this year.
VRFocus will continue to follow Krillbite Studio’s progress going forward, reporting back with any more updates.