Infogrames bossman David Gardners has said he reckons between 2 and 3 million copies of Alone in the Dark could be shifted once the game launches this June.
"We want to stop losing money," he told Reuters. "This management team's number one goal is to get a business plan together that gets us to a break-even level."
Gardner wouldn't say how or when it plans to do this but it'll probably involve former Sony big deal Phil Harrison, who was recently appointed as president.
And Alone in the Dark, of course. The PC, Wii, PS2 and Xbox 360 versions are out in Europe on June 20th, with a PS3 offering "to follow".
You'll find all manner of AITD-related screenshots, videos and previews over on the gamepage.
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