The boxing game Creed: Rise To Glory published 3 years ago by Survios has exceeded one million copies sold among all platforms (PC, PSVR, Quest). It is a title based on the Rocky film saga, or rather, in its first spin-off, where Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) plays the role of mentor or coach of Apollo Creed’s son.
Creed: Rise To Glory has officially exceeded 1,000,000 UNITS SOLD! We owe it all to the players. We cannot express how grateful we are to reach this milestone together!”
Creed: Rise to Glory it was released in September 2018 for PlayStation VR and PC viewers, in May 2019 its version for Oculus Quest arrived and in September of this year it was released as a non-VR video game, being able to play since then also on Nintendo Switch, Xbox, PS4 and PC.
When we first brought ‘Creed’ to life in VR, we knew players would be immersed in the character’s passion, determination and fighting spirit. Since its launch, players who enter the virtual ring have thrown more than 500 million hits, burned more than a billion calories and boxed in more than 50 million rounds, ” says Seth Gerson, CEO of Survios
In his version for Quest he received the Endurance update, which eliminated the stamina system, so our character no longer runs out of strength, transferring that ability to the physical resistance that we have in the real world. With this option and its integration in Oculus Move to its arcade component, it added features of applications more oriented to fitness. The usual price of Creed: Rise to Glory it is usually around 25€, but it is often discounted.