On May 9, solo developer mino_dev released the action-roguelike Rabbit and Steel on Steam. In a conversation with GameDiscoverCo, he shared the game's performance metrics.

Rabbit and Steel

  • Within two weeks of release, Rabbit and Steel earned over $1.58 million on Steam. This is the gross revenue. Net income is $1.4 million.
  • As of today, the game has sold 126,000 copies. The refund rate is 4.3%.
  • Almost half of the sales came from the USA — 46%. Other top five countries include Japan (13%), China (11%), Canada (6%), and the United Kingdom (3%).
  • Rabbit and Steel has garnered over 3,000 reviews on Steam, 97% of which are positive.

Rabbit and Steel is a cooperative game for up to four players. Users play as anthropomorphic rabbits who try to break through enemies to reach the Lunar Peak. According to mino_dev, the game is designed to resemble an MMO, from which he borrowed the raid mechanic, while still remaining a roguelike.