‘Resident Evil 4’ Remake Sales Now Tops 6.48 Million Units

The train that is the Resident Evil 4 remake keeps on chugging along. In a new FY23 Q3 Financial Results report, Capcom has revealed that the acclaimed title has now sold over 6.48 million units since December 2023.

According to the report, Capcom chalks up the sales to “ongoing promotional measures including free title updates for PlayStation VR2.” In addition, Capcom undertook “proactive promotional campaigns” that focused primarily on series title sales. The result saw the Capcom’s sales reach 26.7 million units, which exceeded last year’s 22 million units in the same period of the previous fiscal year.

Drilling down even more, that puts the Resident Evil 4 remake ever closer to entering the top 10 in terms of Capcom’s “Platinum Sales” titles, right behind Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, Street Fighter V and Devil May Cry V, the latter of which having a million units up on RE4.

It also bodes well for those hoping that Capcom will finally give fans what they’ve long wanted in a remake of Resident Evil – Code: Veronica. After all, Capcom did mention last year that they’re in the process of revisiting more titles. Plus, looking at their sales figures of the three remakes released so far, they’ve accounted for 26.5 million in sales for Capcom, with the Resident Evil series itself now standing at over 104 million units sold.

Speaking of the Resident Evil 4 remake, you can snag it now (if you haven’t already) on PC via Steam, PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series.

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