Resident Evil: Revelations Sells Over 1 Million Copies
Capcom has announced their 2013 action title Resident Evil: Revelations has sold more than 1.1 million units for console and PC. The announcement came as part of the companies latest earnings report, the figures only included the PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U.
Resident Evil: Revelations originally launched in February of 2012 as a Nintendo 3DS exclusive title. It is unclear how many copies the handheld version of the game sold.
Capcom expects Resident Evil: Revelations to sell at least 1.2 million copies by the end of March 2014 for PC and consoles, meaning the game needs to sell another 100,000 copies within two months.
Also during the earnings report, Capcom revealed that Dead Rising 3 has now sold over 1 million copies since its launch and DuckTales: Remastered saw better-than-expected performance, specific unit sales were not given, however.
Capcom’s downloadable content sales were also doing quite well, coming in at ¥7.7 billion ($75.4 million), 10 percent higher than the studio’s plans for the fiscal year.
Not everything in the earnings report was good news, however, Capcom stated that Lost Planet 3 performance was well below expectation due to “intensifying competition” in the U.S. and European markets. Capcom was hoping to sell 1.2 million copies of this also by the end of March, it is unclear how many have been sold so far.
Overall, Capcom reported a revenue increase of 3.5 percent to ¥75.2 billion ($736.5 million). The company’s profits fell 10.3 percent.