Cult of the Lamb promises “free major content updates” once sales surpass 1 million copies
Cult of the Lamb has been happily turning its players into despicable cult leaders for a week at the time of writing. In that short time it has also surpassed the one million mark sold. Scientology wishes to be able to establish such numbers.
The team of the developer Massive Monster tweeted thank you to those millions of players. “We are eternally grateful for your dedication,” it says. It also mentions that “this is just the beginning” for the game, as “tweaks, fixes, and free major content updates” are on the way. A handful of bugs have been reported for the game in general, with those playing the game on Nintendo Switch having a particularly tough time, so these improvements are welcome. More free content is good too, although it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise – the Cult of the Lamb main menu has had a Roadmap tab since day one. In the meantime, those who encounter issues can report them to Massive Monster via a Google form.
To celebrate reaching the million player milestone, the team also released a new awards trailer. Cult of the Lamb has received a lot of critical acclaim, including a near-perfect score from Gamepur. You can see the other hymns of praise in the trailer for yourself:
Cult of the Lamb has achieved success by blending procedurally generated roguelike elements with an Animal Crossing-style home base – the titular cult that you control. With a million players, everyone can use a little help sometimes. If you need a hand to manage any part of the game, we’ve got you covered. On the combat side, we have boss guides for the game’s four bishops: Leshy, Heket, Kallamar, and Shamura. In terms of maintaining your camp, we can show you how to unlock follower forms and what to do with deviant followers who join the herd.
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