Resident Evil 7: Biohazard managed to become the first game in the Resident Evil series to produce more than 10 million copies.
Success announced by Capcom in a press release It led Resident Evil 7 to set new goals for the company. It is worth emphasizing that; Copies produced refers to copies sent to game vendors, while copies sold represent the number of games players have purchased.
According to the studio, the game’s impressive numbers are largely due to the increase in digital sales and the synergy created with the last game in the series, Resident Evil: Village.
This latest news comes after a series of successes related to the series. In 2020, the Resident Evil brand sets new records for Capcom, leading the way Being Capcom’s first series to surpass 100 million copies sold. This success is only part of the success. Sales continue at a rapid pace, and quarterly sales hit a record high with the release of Resident Evil: Village, according to Capcom’s July statement.
Looking to the future from Capcom’s point of view, the studio seems to have focused its gaze on the PC side. Japanese news outlet NikkeiSpeaking to , Haruhiro Tsujimoto, COO of Capcom, said that success in the PC business “drives global sales” and he thinks “PCs are the biggest thing after smartphones”.
The COO also said that the shift of their focus to PC is partly due to the increase in digital sales of legendary titles like Resident Evil 7, which “sell more than a million copies a year.”
Jared Moore is a freelance writer at MRT.
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