Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, the most recent title of the successful franchise of Capcom, has already sold 2.5 million units worldwide.
The new episode of the saga of Capcom has landed in stores around the world surrounded by great reviews both from the press and players, possibly translate into good behavior commercially. Today we have seen the first official figures of the distributed copies.
The information was revealed by the company today, through a press release, where it was also revealed the number of downloads that the demo has got. “The title garnered attention worldwide, with the demo version exceeding 7.15 million downloads—a record for the series—and the game selling more than 2.5 million units,” the company said.
Also, Capcom announced that, so far, the series of Resident Evil totals more than 75 million units sold, this from the first game released in 1996. “Cumulative sales of the games in the series now total 75 million units* since the first title debuted in 1996. Support from the passionate fan base across the globe even today, more than 20 years later, makes it Capcom’s flagship game series.”
On the other hand, the statement mentions that Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, released in Japan on December 23, managed to raise the biggest Japanese box office in the series. At the end, Capcom reminded fans that this year they will also be able to enjoy Resident Evil: Vendetta, an animated feature film that will be available worldwide from May.