I Expect You To Die Earns $2 Million Revenue On Oculus Quest Platform

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Reaching a major milestone, Schell Games’ popular virtual reality (VR) espionage title I Expect You To Die has now earned over $2M in revenue on the Oculus Quest platform. Having sold nearly 100,000 copies on this platform, the game joins a small group of titles to reach this financial landmark, a statistic Oculus’ parent company, Facebook, shared as a part of the Oculus Quest’s one-year anniver­sary commem­o­ra­tion.

“We are thrilled to have hit this milestone with I Expect You To Die, espe­cially when in the company of other great games like Moss and Pistol Whip,” said Jesse Schell, CEO of Schell Games. ​“These numbers indicate we are right on the cusp of the Oculus Quest becoming the most popular VR system, and in fact, becoming a mass market phenom­enon. I think the Quest will set the standard for consumer VR.”

The award-winning I Expect You To Die immerses players in a world full of deadly tasks as they take on the role of the newest recruit in a spy orga­ni­za­tion. With a mission of defeating the evil Dr. Zor, players must use problem-solving skills to advance through treach­erous levels and topple the Zoraxis orga­ni­za­tion.

I Expect You To Die is available on many different platforms, including Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, PlaySta­tion VR, and Steam. For more infor­ma­tion and assets, please refer to the press kit.