Resident Evil Series is one of the most prolific horror games. The game has now exceeded more than 100 million sales, this means that it is Capcom’s first title in 40 years to surpass 100 million sales.
The classic Resident Evil games were quite successful. However, the remake of the games has completely revived the seven games series. Fans are very happy about the remakes, and they should be. I heard a lot about Resident Evil 3 Remake disappointment, however, upon trying it I was quite happy. It wasn’t that bad, and overall gameplay was flawless.
Despite, struggling with COVID-19 pandemic, causing pre-ordered copies to face a delay. Resident Evil 3 still did quite well. The Remake shipped 2 million units in first five days.
According to Capcom, most of the sales came from Digital Copies, so I guess delay didn’t affect them much.
“In addition to both the Raccoon City Demo for Resident Evil 3 and an open beta test for Resident Evil Resistance generating attention and a strong reception from fans, digital versions of the game accounted for nearly 50% of sales due to promoting Capcom’s digital sales strategy, resulting in shipments passing the 2-million-unit mark five days following release.”
In the same vein, Resident Evil 8: Village was yesterday announced at the PlayStation 5 – Future Gaming event. Resident Evil 8 looked quite different. Unlike its previous games, this one had Witches, spooky insects, and a huge mysterious village. Fans are really excited about Resident Evil 8.
Resident Evil 8 Timeline: “Taking place a few years after the events of Resident Evil 7 biohazard, in which protagonist Ethan Winters traveled to Louisiana to search for his missing wife, Mia, Resident Evil Village sees the reunited Mia and Ethan living happily together and putting their shared nightmares of the Baker’s plantation house behind them.“
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