If you've yet to play It Takes Two, we'd highly recommend you do. It's a fantastic co-op action platformer with oodles of imagination, and levels that continually introduce new stuff to see and do. You don't have to take our word for it, though — developer Hazelight Studios has today announced the game has now sold 3 million copies.
Due to the fact the game is only playable in a twosome, It Takes Two has theoretically been played by 6 million people. Both figures are pretty staggering for the size and scope of the release.
Hazelight is clearly very grateful for all the success, and it states that "co-op adventures are here to stay" in the above tweet. It seems, as if there was any doubt, that its next game will follow in the cooperative footsteps of It Takes Two and A Way Out, which is fine by us.
If you want to read more about the game, check out our exclusive interview with Josef Fares, in which we ask him all about that infamous scene about a certain stuffed elephant. Have you enjoyed It Takes Two this year? Work together in the comments section below.