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Resident Evil 2: The remake is still a hit, proof of this new figure

Game news Resident Evil 2: The remake is still a hit, proof of this new figure

Published on 14.07.2022 at 10:41

Capcom passed the ten million mark in sales of the Resident Evil 2 remake released in 2019. A good indicator for a title that continues to show that a Japanese studio can always count on a license.

Summary

  • Resident Evil 2: over ten million copies sold!
  • Good numbers for Capcom

Resident Evil 2: over ten million copies sold!

Initially released on January 25, the Resident Evil 2 remake convinced the press and the public, with ratings of 91/100 and 9.0/10 on the ratings aggregator Metacritic. Success on paper that can be seen in practice. This morning it was the official page of the Capcom 1 team (specifically the one running Resident Evil) who shared their enthusiasm:

We did it !

Capcom Dev 1 has shared an image reminiscent of the Resident Evil 2 remake that has sold over ten million copies worldwide. A colossal number that makes RE2 (2019) one of Capcom’s biggest hits, and the studio’s flagship license is Monster Hunter.

Good numbers for Capcom

A success that initially surprises stakeholders: Last April, Capcom had to revise its forecasts upwards due to the excellent sales of its games. It must be said that Capcom has been hard at work on Resident Evil 2 Remake, as well as on the third: games already available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One have been updated optimized for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series. . On this topic, the latest update for PC has made players cringe.

Either way, Capcom’s future looks pretty bright. In addition to the success of Resident Evil and Monster Hunter, the publisher has other games in the pipeline: Exoprimal, Pragmata, and the highly anticipated Street Fighter VI. Capcom and Resident Evil are investing not only in video games, but also in Netflix: from today, the series of the same name is available on the SVOD platform.

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