Capcom just provided a shipments update for some of its most relevant recent games including Resident Evil 3 and Monster Hunter World.
The update was provided in the presentation materials of its financial results conference.
We learned that Resident Evil 3 has shipped 2.7 million units, while the original Monster Hunter World has shipped 16 million units. Monster Hunter World: Iceborn is at 5.8 million units.
All of these games are currently available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
During the presentation, we also learned that during the past quarter (ending in June 2020), Capcom has shipped 9.2 million units of games of which 8.1 million were shipped outside of Japan, 6.6 million were of games released before the quarter, and a massive 7.35 million were digital.
We also learn that cumulative shipments for Resident Evil games are at 103 million units as of June 30.
Monster Hunter games have shipped 64 million units cumulatively. The Street Fighter series has shipped 45 million units. The Mega Man Series is at 36 million units. The Devil May Cry series is at 22 million units, and the Dead Rising series has shipped 14 million units.
If you’d like to learn more about Capcom’s financial results, you can check out our dedicated article.