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Indie Hit Game Celeste has Sold 500,000 Copies, New new ‘Very Hard’ Levels coming in Early 2019

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Celeste, one of the most individual challenging game has been sold over 500,000 copies in this year. Celeste was launched on 25th January 2018 on all the major Platforms i.e., Windows, Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch and soon became one of the favorite game of Gamers. However, it ruled over on all the Platforms, but the Nintendo switch version was the most popular one. Celeste has won the award of The Best Independent Game at The Game Awards 2018

Chief Developer and Creator, Matt Thorson has recently posted a Thank You Note on his official Twitter handle stating that Celeste has been sold over 500,000 copies after its Initial Launch in January this year. Following his words, he also mentioned that New Farewell Celeste Levels will be added soon in early 2019 as they are being developed now. He also said that the new levels will be the harder one as compared to the past levels. He expressed his gratitude to everyone for the love and support that the people offered to the Celeste.

As already mentioned that, Celeste has been one of the most amazing challenging game of the year and now looking over this announcement by Matt Thorson, it can be concluded that the upcoming new levels of Celeste will be the more adventurous, challenging and harder to play.

There’s a special offer for Xbox Live Gold members that they can play and enjoy the game for free in the next month on Xbox One. You can also get Celeste from all the major Platforms and can Play the most challenging game. Stay tuned with TechnoCodex for more updates.

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