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Resident Evil 7 Ships 2.5 Million Units

Resident Evil 7 Ships 2.5 Million Units - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 26 January 2017 / 8,040 Views

Capcom announced worldwide shipments for Resident Evil 7: biohazard have surpassed a combined 2.5 million units across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.

Cumulative sales for the franchise are now at 75 million units. The original Resident Evil game debuted in 1996. 


The demo for the game has been downloaded more than 7.15 million times.


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7 Comments

malistix1985 (on 27 January 2017)

Seems like a good start, digital will also contribute and psvr will do a lot for this


Anfebious (on 27 January 2017)

Flop!


BraLoD (on 27 January 2017)

Didn't they say they wanted 4M?


roadkillers (on 27 January 2017)

I beliebe so. I wouldnt doubt if it sold less then RE5 and 6 only because they are hitting a more niche market with this game and smaller installbase (at least with RE6 case). Either way it's RE and I cant wait to play on my VR


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vodkasosa1000 (on 27 January 2017)

@roadkillers It will sell better than RE6.


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mundus6 (on 29 January 2017)

It will easily hit its mark of 4 million before may. 2.5 million shipped, doesn't account for digital sales. Nor any PC sales (since they are all digital). One week on the market and it already surpassed 50% of the initial goal, without even take digital into account, doesn't take a genius to figure it out.


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Iveyboi (on 27 January 2017)

Sold to consumer will be WAY lower also


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