Shipments and digital sales of the Resident Evil 4 remake surpass four million
Capcom announced that the Resident Evil 4 remake's global shipments and digital sales have topped four million units.
On March 24, Resident Evil 4 became available on the PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam.
Three million physical and digital copies of the game were reportedly shipped and sold in the first two days of its release, indicating an additional one million copies were distributed after March 26.
According to Capcom, the franchise and remake are described as follows:
The Resident Evil franchise features survival horror games in which players utilize a variety of weapons and other items to escape terrifying situations. Cumulative shipments of the games in the series now exceed 135 million units* since the first title debuted in 1996. Now, more than 27 years later, continuous support from the passionate fan base across the globe makes it Capcom’s flagship game series. Resident Evil 4 is a remake of the original 2005 title. In addition to reworking the story and modernizing the game feel, the 2023 release will provide both fans of the series and newcomers alike with a fresh gameplay experience, featuring highly immersive visuals powered by the cutting-edge graphics technology of Capcom’s proprietary RE ENGINE. Along with securing high scores on online review sites, the title garnered praise and attention following the release of the “Chainsaw Demo,” in which players could enjoy the opening of the game, resulting in worldwide sales of the title surpassing 3 million units in the first two days after the game’s release. Capcom remains firmly committed to satisfying the expectations of all stakeholders by leveraging its industry-leading game development capabilities in order to create highly entertaining gameplay experiences.