Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5 both are continuing to sell well for Capcom. They have reported that both games have sold almost 390K copies this quarter.
Resident Evil 2 was last reported to have sold 4.2 million copies at the end of March 31, 2019. The updated sales figure for Devil May Cry 5 was 2.1 million during the same reporting period. Monster Hunter World, meanwhile, stood at 12.4 million sold.
Capcom has now shared an update on the sales for these games confirming the new sales. Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5 sold 390K copies this quarter while Monster Hunter World did 680K. This means it has surpassed more than 13 million copies sold ahead of the Iceborne expansion. This expansion now has a release window for PC as well.
Resident Evil 2 is on its way to surpassing the sales of the original game. The PlayStation 1 version sold 4.96 million copies which the Remake should be able to clear easily and it hasn’t even been a whole year.
Devil May Cry 5 is also well on its way to passing the lifetime sales of Devil May Cry 4. It sold three million copies on PS3 and Xbox 360 and it is currently the best selling Devil May Cry game. It was also the fastest-selling game in the after launching in March, when it managed to clear two million copies sold within its launch month.
Capcom also reported a higher digital share, hitting almost 74% for them during this quarter. The sales update comes as the end of their fiscal quarter result which includes the time period from April until the end of July. The digital sales share shows that retail is slowly being replaced with an increasingly digital presence.