Doki Doki Literature Club Plus Recruits 500,000 New Club Members After Two Weeks

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Doki Doki Literature Club

Today, Serenity Forge and Team Salvato announced that Doki Doki Literature Club Plus has surpassed 500,000 copies sold in its first two weeks. The launch of DDLC Plus marks publisher Serenity Forge’s debut as a physical games distributor as the label continues to expand from its roots as an independent developer and digital publisher.

“We’re beyond ecstatic about the success of DDLC Plus,” said Zhenghua Yang, co-founder of Serenity Forge. “In addition to publishing on digital storefronts over the past few years, we’ve been targeting an expansion into physical distribution as we see a market opportunity in that realm. We’re very much still focused on digital as that’s where the majority of fans prefer to purchase their games, but the retail success of DDLC Plus is a testament to our strategy entering the physical retail distribution space as well as a reflection of the love that fans have for this game. We’re truly grateful for Team Salvato trusting us with Monika and her friends and humbled by the love the fans are showing for the new content.”

Doki Doki Literature Club Plus expands on the original game that debuted in 2017, quickly becoming the year’s definitive narrative horror experience downloaded by millions of fans. Doki Doki Literature Club is a horror narrative that puts players in the shoes of a student who joins his school’s literature club at the request of his childhood friend Sayori. As he meets other members Natsuki, Yuri, and Club President Monika, the player begins writing poems and grows closer to the other members – is romance in the air? Hailed by millions as one of the most disturbing games in a generation, DDLC Plus is the ultimate psychological horror narrative experience.

DDLC Plus is bursting at the seams with hours of Side Stories that expand the world of Doki Doki Literature Club, exploring themes and ideas that will give players a deeper understanding and sense of connection to each character and their individual relationships with one another.