Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights has reached a million sales, which is a pretty darn impressive number for an indie Metroidvania platformer. If the game's official Twitter account is to be believed, then a sequel or a followup to the game could be on the way as well, although the devs have teased that before.
In a tweet, Ender Lilies publisher Binary Haze thanks fans for helping it to achieve the game's sales figure. The studio also invites fans to "look forward to the future of the Ender Lilies project". Of course, there's every chance this could simply be a reference to the developer's future games, but it could also be an indication that Ender Lilies 2 is somewhere in the pipeline. We'll have to wait and see.
Back in June 2022, to celebrate Ender Lilies' first anniversary, the publishers tweeted a mysterious image of a scythe, telling players to "look forward to future developments". That tweet was likely a veiled reference to the studio's next project, Redemption Reapers, a tactical RPG headed up by Fire Emblem alumnus Masayuki Horikawa. That game is due to arrive later this month.
Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights is a 2D action-RPG Metroidvania platformer in which you must explore a massive, bleak world and put down its corrupted inhabitants. The game features the ability to recruit defeated enemies in order to take advantage of their abilities; primary weapons, secondary skills, and traversal methods are all acquired by bringing slain foes to your side.
You can check out Ender Lilies right now on PC via Steam. The game is also available for PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. Stay tuned to TechRaptor for more information about all things Ender Lilies, as well as more news regarding the upcoming Redemption Reapers, which you should definitely have on your radar if you're a Fire Emblem fan.