How to Get a Double Platinum Album in BitLife

Not just one, but two!

BitLife Double Platinum
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In BitLife, you can show off your success as a famous singer in many ways, from becoming a billionaire to selling millions of album copies in just a few years. Here’s how to get a double platinum album in BitLife.

BitLife: How to Get a Double Platinum Album

To get a double platinum album in BitLife, you must pursue the musician special career, create albums, and sell over 2,000,000 album copies. While this is primarily luck-based, your genre and cover art combination, experience in the industry, and random event choices will influence your success.

You can immediately reach double platinum or diamond if you pick the correct genre, cover art, and follow up on random events while creating an album. However, much of your success will depend on luck, and it may take several years to make the right album. To put this into perspective, the image above was my character’s ninth album; the rest were either moderate successes or went gold.

Alternatively, as your character becomes more experienced in the music industry, they’ll receive random events that can help them significantly boost their album success. For example, receiving an event to sing a memorial song, create a restaurant name, or come up with a song name can all cause your album sales to rise significantly, pushing you to the subsequent copies sold tier years after the album’s release.

In other words, you may initially go gold or platinum on an album and, 20 years later, reach double platinum after a few successful random events boost your sales.

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About the Author

Madison Benson

Madison is a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.