According to new statistics released by Capcom, more than 10 million copies of the horror game Resident Evil 7 have been sold
Of course, it should be noted that this statistic does not belong to direct sales to the audience, and also includes copies that are sold only to retailers. However, for this horror work that was released in 2017, achieving this figure is a great achievement for Capcom. These statistics now prove that the changes made in Resident Evil 7 have been very successful and give new life to this old game series.
Although the angle of the Resident Evil 7 camera has changed from first to third person But this version was able to return to the scary roots of this series after a few episodes. A change that seems to have worked well, both to impress fans and to critics.
Of course, Capcom has been aware of the success of Resident Evil 7 for a long time, so it decided to include the new part of the series, Resident Evil: Village, as a direct sequel to Resident Evil 7 and Develop in the same style and context. Resident Evil: Village was released in May, and of course a special package was available for purchase that included both games.
Capcom has announced that since the release of Resident Evil 7 This work has been able to sell at least more than 1 million copies each year. In fact, Resident Evil 7, among other parts of the series, has sold 10 million copies worldwide in the fastest time, and is also the first game in the series to have sold 10 million copies before the release of the remastered versions.
From this perspective, the 2019 Resident Evil 2 remake, which has sold very well in a short period of time, has sold 8.6 million copies in its latest statistics. Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6 also sold 7.9 million copies. The original Resident Evil 2, released in 1998, sold only 5 million copies. It has reached more than 100 million copies. It has been more than 25 years since the release of the first part of this game, but the popularity of this work is still very high among the players and it is increasing every day.