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It Takes Two has sold over 1 million copies

Josef Fares' and EA's co-op adventure, It Takes Two, has managed to sell over 1 million copies, the developer has announced.

Developer Hazelight Games has taken to Twitter to announce the milestone, where the studio noted that sales are "still going strong" whilst thanking players for "the love you've shown our game".

"Wow!!! Just found out It Takes Two has sold over one million copies and is still going strong!" a tweet from the studio's official Twitter account notes. "Thank you so much for all the love you've shown our game, it means the world to us."

Controversial director Josef Fares quote tweeted the message with an additional note.

"This shows that there definitely is players that also wants to play co op only games!" he said. "Thank you everyone and I hope we see more game like this."

The game reviewed fairly well, with our own review awarding the game a full 5/5 rating. Our own Tom Orry said "It Takes Two is one of the most pleasant surprises in video games I’ve ever had" and raved about the creativity on show in the title.

"If you ask me about our next game, I can tell you now, it will be even better than It Takes Two," Fares has said about Hazelight's next title. "It's gonna be so crazy. That's how sure I am, like the concept, what's gonna happen, and people will be blown away."

It Takes Two is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam and Origin. All players who own the game on last-gen consoles can upgrade the game to PS5 or Xbox Series X/S for free.

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