Resident Evil 4 remake sells over 6.48 million copies

Resident Evil 4 remake

Capcom has announced the Resident Evil 4 Remake sold over 6.48 million copies since its release last year – news confirmed in their latest sales report.

The remake of the beloved action-horror game has sold over 6.48 million copies from the nine months running from April 1st through December 31st.

Here’s a blurb from Capcom on the milestone:

Regarding catalog title sales, the Monster Hunter series delivered solid sales, driven by the announcement of Monster Hunter Wilds, an all-new addition to the series. Further, Resident Evil 4, launched in March 2023, contributed to the sales growth, reaching 6.48 million units cumulatively, supported by ongoing promotional measures including free title updates for PlayStation VR2. Additionally, the Company conducted proactive promotional campaigns to gain wide recognition for its intellectual property and acquire new fans, focusing primarily on series title sales, such as Resident Evil 2. As a result, catalog title sales reached 26.7 million units, exceeding 22 million units in the same period of the previous fiscal year and boosting sales.

Resident Evil 4 Remake has been available on Windows PC (via Steam), Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, and Apple devices. Check out our thorough review!



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