Curve Digital’s PlayStation version of The Swapper is the studio’s biggest launch yet, according to a press release. The title is set to gross over $1 million, making it the developer’s most successful release in two years. MD Jason Perkins said:
Traditionally, if you wanted your game to appear on a console, you would need to work with both a publisher and a porting house to get the job done. At Curve, we keep everything in-house from development right through to submission, QA and marketing.
The Swapper was originally released on PC and Mac by Finnish studio Facepalm Games. Curve Digital managed its console release, bringing the game to the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. Thanks to a partnership with UK retailer GAME, the puzzle-platformer was also Curve’s first title to get a retail release.
If you haven’t played The Swapper yet, make sure to read our review of the game.