The Medium Recoups Dev Costs Only A Few Days After Release

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Exploring the horrors awaiting between here and the spirit world, The Medium finally released this past week on PC and as a console exclusive for the Xbox Series X (and Series S). The game has been shown to feature no shortage of impressive visuals as well as the much-touted Dual-Reality mechanic, undoubtedly aiming to flex the power of next-gen hardware. Though only a few days have passed since launch, Bloober Team’s latest appears to already be profitable, as the game has already recouped the sum of its development costs.

As covered in a recent report from Polish website (via GameSpot), The Medium has officially proven successful in well under a week, as Bloober Team has begun to turn a profit for the game. This feat is especially impressive given the horror title’s limited availability on PC, the relatively early install-base of the Xbox Series X/S, as well as the game’s day-one appearance on Microsoft subscription service Xbox Game Pass. Considering how quickly this victory arrived, The Medium is already on track to be one of the studio’s biggest releases.

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This is sure to be an exciting time for Bloober as The Medium marks a particularly ambitious effort from the Layers of Fear developer. According to the first few reviews for the game, the adventure sports a stunning showcase of impressive visuals as well as a fittingly disturbing story. Though, the signature existence-crossing Dual-Reality mechanic was found to be somewhat lacking in actual scares, along with a majority of the game itself.

The Medium is out now for PC and Xbox Series X/S.

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