In March, the UK-based developer of The Witness released the game on Steam for £1.99, a relatively small price for a VR experience.
A year later, it has seen sales climb from 1,600 to 2,000, with a total of $2.8m in sales in the first three months of 2017.
In January, the company announced the launch of a new version of the game with the first-person perspective and the ability to zoom in on objects.
Its launch also brought a new update, with an updated multiplayer map, the ability for the camera to move across the world, and the creation of a social feature.
In February, the developer also announced a new game update, the first since the launch.
The Witness is available now, but the game has been on Steam since 2014, and a Steam page for the game shows a year of development time between the launch and now.
Its publisher, Ubisoft, says that it has sold more than 1.3 million copies of The Order: 1886.
“The Order: 1876 is an epic experience that will be enjoyed by generations to come,” the company said in a statement.
“It is a story of survival, discovery and redemption.
This is our story.”
The order 1886 has been the subject of several online and social media controversy, as the game was met with an indefinite ban in the UK by the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in March.
The ASA’s move meant that the game could not be advertised on social media sites.
In an attempt to address the situation, the ASA’s director of media and public affairs, Karen Molloy, tweeted that “the ASA has decided that The Order 1886 is not appropriate for sale in the United Kingdom”.
The order was also removed from the UK website by Ubisoft in February, but a post on the company’s Twitter account said that the decision had been reversed.
The game was later re-added to the Ubisoft UK website in May, but this time it was removed from Steam.
Ubisoft also told the Guardian that it did not have plans to bring the game to Steam in the future.
“There are many different ways to play The Order 1876,” the publisher said.
It was not immediately clear how the ASA decided to ban The Order, and Ubisoft told The Guardian that the move did not affect The Order’s future plans. “
When you are working with VR and seeing the experience that is coming up, we believe it is very important to stay focused on what you’re trying to achieve.”
It was not immediately clear how the ASA decided to ban The Order, and Ubisoft told The Guardian that the move did not affect The Order’s future plans.
“No decision has been made on whether or not we will bring The Order to the UK market,” a Ubisoft spokesperson said.
The Order is a VR game set in the Victorian era, and focuses on the rise of a pirate ship.
In the game, players will explore a medieval pirate-filled world in the hope of finding the treasure of a lost kingdom.
The first episode is currently available for $2 in the VR store on the Oculus store.
The order is set to launch on PSVR later this year.