Resident Evil Village Shipments Units Sales

Resident Evil Village Sales Top 4.5 Million Units Worldwide

Capcom has announced that sales for Resident Evil Village have officially topped 4.5 million units worldwide. This includes both digital and physical sales of the game. Additionally, three item packs for Resident Evil Village are now available to purchase on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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In May 2021, Capcom revealed that sales for Resident Evil Village had reached 4 million units worldwide. After its initial release, Resident Evil Village had shipped roughly 3 million units. This put the title somewhere around the same range of shipments as Resident Evil 7 when it originally released. As it stands, Resident Evil Village has not yet broken into the top ten on Capcom’s Platinum Titles.

Additionally, a series of Resident Evil Village DLC is currently available for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 users. However, all three pieces of DLC are paid DLC. This includes a survival pack that features ammunition, healing items, and lock picks. Other DLC unlocks a unique charm for a specific shotgun, and content from the extra shop in the game.

The available DLC are as follows:

  • In-Game Rewards DLC – ¥500 or $5
  • Racoon City Mascot Charm – ¥100 or $1
  • Survival Pack – ¥100 or $

Previously, Capcom announced that it has plans to release DLC for Resident Evil Village. However, no further information regarding more robust or story-focused DLC content has yet to be revealed.

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

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