Meta representatives reported at the yearly Connect conference, held by the company, that Bonelab, developed by Stress Level Zero, accumulated $1 million within a mere one hour after it had become available. Consequently, it became the quickest seller for Quest 2.
Bonelab, which appeared last month, is based on features from Boneworks, an action-adventure game, by the same developer.
Bonelab is a sandbox game, created from scratch and intended for Quest. Its task is to provide players with an engine behind quite a few household tropes. The combination includes exaggerated violence characteristic for Deadpool, crossed with skillz demonstrated by Spider-Man adding regular massacres of mooks resorting to 360 no-scope.
The entry on Meta Quest Store has been reviewed 8 thousand times. The score currently averages 4.58 out of 5. The game has also been launched on PC with VR headsets. More than 6000 Steam users rated the entry, the common rating is “Mostly Positive”
Meta also reported that several more games achieved figures comparable to those of Bonelab. VR rehash of the famous game Resident Evil 4 (genre: horror-cum-slasher) released on Quest collected more than $2 million in revenue.
Ramen VR earned more than $1 Million during the same period having released Zenith: The Last City (MMORPG).
Finally, it took two days for WarpFrog’s Blade & Sorcery: Nomad, adapted for Quest from VR title to PC, to receive $ 2 million.