Resident Evil 4 Shatters Records with Over 4 Million Copies Sold in Only Two Weeks!

Capcom has reported that the Resident Evil 4 remake has sold over four million copies, making it one of the fastest-selling titles in the franchise’s history. As of December 31, 2022, the entire Resident Evil series has sold around 135 million copies since its debut. The company’s website says, “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’s Free DLC Release

Capcom also launched the new Mercenaries DLC for Resident Evil 4, which is available for free on all platforms. This mode centers around building combos while highlighting the action aspect of gameplay. The DLC presents different stages from the main game and encourages repeat playability. However, the game also featured the mode in its original 2005 release.

Positive acclaim for Resident Evil 4 remake

The Resident Evil 4 remake launched to positive reviews, with many praising its improved gameplay and new features in addition to its graphics. With this sales milestone, the Resident Evil series remains a vital part of Capcom’s gaming library and continues to enthrall long-time fans of the franchise globally.


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