Capcom recorded strong income in 2021 thanks to Monster Hunter and Resident Evil

Slow but safe, Cap com managed to recover his status as one of the most important video game publishers of today. It is no secret that in recent years the Japanese company has been launching success after success, and although its plans for 2022 could seem somewhat bizarre, the truth is that franchises as Resident Evil and Monster Hunter promoted their sales drastically to over 2021.

According to the most recent financial report of Cap com , which covers the last nine months of 2021, the company’s sales have increased by 35.9% compared to the same period of time last year. In total, it is said that the Cap com games have already reached a total of 25.8 million units distributed throughout the world, this combining all its existing franchises.

Cap com Ensures that, despite being last year games, Resident Evil: Village and Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin They continue to have a good performance in terms of sales. Additionally, the arrival of Monster Hunter Rise A PC also managed to promote its sales considerably, and nor does it say on all new users who received this title on this platform.

The last time we had sales information was at the end of October 2021 when we were told that Village had already overcome the five million copies distributed worldwide, a figure that undoubtedly already increased since then.

Editor’s note: While other publishers are having problems with some of their most iconic franchises, Cap com has managed to revitalize the formula of each of them and as a result, we have had games like Village and the last two Monster Hunter. We’ll see if they manage to keep this moment in 2022.

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