Resident Evil Village It has now sold 5 million units worldwide. The news from Capcom was so recent that the latest figure failed to match any of Capcom’s financial numbers released earlier this week, although it confirmed at least some if not all of the future. Resident Evil Village The DLC will be free.
Resident Evil VillageThe 5 million figure included both digital and physical sales. The success of the game comes just two weeks after Capcom was announced as well Resident Evil 7: Biological Hazard It managed to reach 10 million units sold, the first time ever vampire The game achieved this feat. Publisher Attributes Resident Evil 7To the promotions you ran when Resident Evil Village Including a bundle for both games. The franchise as a whole has sold 120 million units among all of its games. No details about what’s free Resident Evil Village It will probably require DLC, but it will definitely help the game to change more units in the future.
This isn’t the only franchise that has worked for Capcom lately. Monster Hunter: The World Reached 20 million units, including sales Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition. Monster Hunter: Rise For the Nintendo Switch it’s not doing too badly, reaching a total of 7.5 million units last month. This franchise has now reached a total of 78 million units sold.
Other franchises continue to sell well, too. Street Fighter It has now sold 47 million copies among all its games, while Devil May Cry It has reached 24 million sales across all titles. However, Capcom’s launch slate for the rest of the fiscal year is incredibly bare. Except for Monster Hunter: Rise It came out on PC in January, and there are no major releases from the publisher before the start of the next fiscal year in April 2022. But they don’t seem to expect this to have much of an impact on their earnings. We’ll just have to wait and see what Capcom has planned for next year.1, 2, 3, 4, 5)]
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