Today Capcom released additional data on top of yesterday’s financial results, sharing updates on Monster Hunter World: Iceborne and Resident Evil 2 shipments.
Iceborne has now grown to 4.5 million units. This data is updated as of January 28, 2020, and it includes the first results of the PC version which launched last months.
The number is up from the 4 million figure shared in January before the launch of the PC version.
Resident Evil 2 has also passed 5 million units, up from the previous 4.7 million figure from November.
We didn’t get an update for Devil May Cry 5, but we still learn that it “performed well.”
Incidentally, the report also includes a prediction for the digital ratio of games for consoles and PC, which Capcom expects to be a whopping 78%. The publisher plans to expand digital sales, as they are more profitable compared to physical sales, for obvious reasons.
If you’re interested in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne,you can read our review and see why people love it so much.
If you want to read more about Resident Evil 2, you can check out our review.
All the games mentioned above are available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.