Omega Labyrinth Life sales top 50,000, Bullet Girls Phantasia sales top 100,000

D3 Publisher giving away five Steam keys for each titles in celebration.

Omega Labyrinth Life has sold over 50,000 units worldwide, and Bullet Girls Phantasia has sold over 100,000 units, D3 Publisher announced (2).

Omega Labyrinth Life

Developed by Matrix Software, the roguelike RPG Omega Labyrinth Life launched for Switch worldwide in August 2019 alongside a less explicit PlayStation 4 version titled Labyrinth Life. A PC version of Omega Labyrinth Life was released via Steam in December 2019. It is unknown if Labyrinth Life sales are included in the count for Omega Labyrinth Life. (Update 02/21/20 at 2:55 p.m.: The number includes the PlayStation 4 version, D3 Publisher has confirmed.)

Bullet Girls Phantasia

Developed by Shade, the third-person shooter Bullet Girls Phantasia launched for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan and Asia with English language support in August 2018. A PC version was released via Steam in January 2020.

To commemorate the sales milestones, D3 Publisher is giving away five Steam keys for each title. Find out how to apply for a chance to win an Omega Labyrinth Life key here, and for a Bullet Girls Phantasia key here.

Use the coupon code "GEMATSU" for 5% off.

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