Capcom has released its financial report, masking the six month interval beginning March 2022 up till September. Not solely exhibiting the success of its launched titles inside that window, it’s additionally left us with key data concerning the following six months main into 2023, together with the very fact we’re not going to see Road Fighter 6 till later within the yr.
That tidbit of information comes from the assertion that the corporate has no massive releases deliberate earlier than RE4 Remake in March 2023. Since Road Fighter 6 is clearly counted amongst their massive IP releases lined up for the long run, we are able to decide that we’ll have to attend a while but earlier than their subsequent premium preventing sport lands in our arms.
There’s additionally loads of different attention-grabbing slices of knowledge we are able to carve from the monetary report, that go a good distance in backing up the large declare plastered on the entrance of the doc: “Capcom On Monitor to Obtain 10 Consecutive Years of Working Revenue Development for the Full 12 months”. The most important of which has to go to Monster Hunter Rise, which has apparently offered 11 million models, with Sunbreak passing a not-too-shabby 4.4 million.
Then there’s the Resident Evil 2 Remake, which has surpassed 10 million models offered. All in all, with all of Capcom’s releases set to come back out subsequent yr, the corporate claims it should move 40 million models in complete subsequent yr. Capcom but once more pointing to the grandstands, calling for one more house run following what appears to be like to be a worthwhile and profitable yr.
What are your ideas on how Capcom has been doing lately? Do you suppose they will hit the 40 million aim subsequent yr? Tell us what you suppose beneath!
For extra Capcom-related information, take a look at our protection of the current Resident Evil 4 reveal, together with the attache case fortunately remaining unchanged, and the chainsaw man changing into even creepier than earlier than.