Today Capcom revealed updated shipment numbers for its most successful games, including Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5.
The remake of the second chapter of the Resident Evil series has now shipped 4.7 million units as of September 30 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. This is just 260,000 units less than the lifetime shipments of the original on PlayStation.
Devil May Cry 5 shipped 2.7 million units, which is just 300,000 units from the lifetime shipments of its predecessor.
Both games have shipped 200,000 units in the quarter, compared to the previous update published in August.
Monster Hunter World is now at 14.1 million units, while Iceborne is confirmed at 2.8 million units as of the previous report.
Street Fighter V has also sold 200,000 units in the past quarter, and is now at 3.9 million units, just short of the 4 million milestone.
Another intersting milestone was achieveed by Mega Man 11, which has shipped 1 million copies on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
The Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection and Okami HD for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch also joined the million-seller list.
Capcom has done fairly well in recent times, and the success of its games certainly appears to seal the deal.