Resident Evil Village Units Worldwide

Resident Evil Village Has Shipped 4 Million Units Worldwide

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As of May 27, 2021, Resident Evil Village has officially shipped 4 million units worldwide. The official Capcom Dev 1 Twitter account shared the information, which directly came from a press release from the company. This puts it 5 million units behind its predecessor Resident Evil 7. The press release also mentions that cumulative shipments of Resident Evil games has exceeded 100 million units.

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Earlier in May 2021, Capcom had revealed that Resident Evil Village had shipped roughly 3 million copies worldwide shortly after its initial release. The numbers, when compared to previous releases, had put it somewhere around the same range as Resident Evil 7 when it had first released.

As of March 31, 2021 it was revealed that Resident Evil 7 had shipped roughly 9 million units worldwide. The title sits at second place on Capcom’s Platinum Titles list. Behind it sits the Resident Evil 2 remake, and Resident Evil 5. Monster Hunter: World remains in first place.

Recently, Capcom shared a video detailing the development of Resident Evil Village. This video broke down how COVID-19 impacted development. Additionally, the video put an emphasis on how valuable the Q&A team was to the overall development of the title.

Resident Evil Village is now available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC.

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