Capcom has unveiled what their sales projections are for their upcoming games, among which included are Resident Evil 7, Dead Rising 4 and Monster Hunter XX.
Capcom Japan has revealed during a financial conference with shareholders sales expectations for their next titles of the company, such as Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, Dead Rising 4 and the newly announced Monster Hunter XX.
Numbers are not particularly high, with the exception of Resident Evil VII Biohazard, from which financial analysts of the company expect great results on a commercial level, especially in Europe and North America.
With regard to the seventh installment of Resident Evil, the company aims to sell four million units, while Dead Rising 4 and Monster Hunter XX are expected to sell two million copies each.
Here it is noteworthy that these are not forecasts of games for all its life cycle, but for their launch periods. Here both physical and digital units are counted.
Another interesting detail is that despite the forecast for Dead Rising 4 and Monster Hunter XX are the same, sales are intended with this saga of hunting monsters that are only given to Japan because it is the only market for which it is announced.
Seizing the opportunity, Capcom has revealed that the demo of Resident Evil 7 has been downloaded by four million people.
Resident Evil 7 will launch on January 24, Dead Rising 4 on December 6 and Monster Hunter XX in the next year of March (in Japan).