Japanese video game developer Capcom has announced that its Resident Evil series has crossed 100 million units sold globally. The franchise, which debuted in 1996 and fanned fans with its survival horror mechanics, has now become the first franchise for the company to reach this milestone. In its press release, Capcom stated that this content was made possible by its single content multiple use strategy, a sustained release schedule for new titles and remastering of old hits. Additionally, Capcom showed the trailer for their next game in the franchise, Resident Evil Village.

Capcom Also shared that out of more than 100 million units Domestic rogue Sold worldwide, 80 percent of the Games’ unit sales are from outside Japan. The company has been able to reach this milestone because over the past few years, it has been “leveraging the strategy to move single content multiple usage strategy beyond the game.” Film adaptations and theme park collaborations with the Resident Evil franchise. The company has also continuously released new titles, which continue to sell fans remastered versions of their old games such as Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3. Presumably, these numbers include sales across all platforms, including consoles and PCs.

In addition, Capcom stated that Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, released in 2017, has sold 7.5 million units. The game is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC as well as the Nintendo Switch. It follows the franchise’s survival horror genre and is highly rated Steam Store.

“Going forward, Capcom advances the franchise by leveraging its accumulated knowledge to launch the game on its next-generation platform,” the press release reads. Kapcom showed The trailer For the next game in the franchise, Resident Evil Village, during PlayStation 5 Reveal event. The game is scheduled for 2021 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC.

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