Capcom has produced quality titles for four decades. Despite an abundance of popular franchises dating back years – Mega Man, Street Fighter, Devil May Cry – it’s their long-lived horror survival franchise Resident Evil that has just surpassed 100 million in sales, the first in the Capcom series to do it. What is dead can never die.
When you count every Resident Evil ever released, which includes entries in the main series as well as numerous spinoffs, there are about three dozen entries in the franchise. The count becomes a bit shaky when you consider the episodic content, but no one can deny that this series is massive. It is not surprising that he moved so many units. And with Resident Evil 8 on its way, that number will continue to increase. The Resident Evil Series Surpasses 100 Million Sales And Sets A Milestone For Capcom
Even the worst agreed entry in the franchise, Resident Evil 6, has managed to sell more than nine million copies to be the fifth best-selling game in the franchise. This is largely thanks to its predecessor, Resident Evil 5, which is not only a well-received and best-selling entry in the series, but also a step in a new direction. Resident Evil 6 then went into all kinds of directions that no one liked.
However, the series came back with a vengeance, not only with Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, a critical and commercial success, which is the fourth best-selling title, but also the remake of Resident Evil 2 in 2019, which is the sixth title. the most sold. The original Resident Evil from 1996 is the seventh best-selling title in the series. Think about it. A remake of the second title is released 23 years after the match that started it all and manages to surpass it.