The fiscal year just ended was overall positive for Capcom, given that the software house was able to place some shots that proved to be excellent in terms of sales and allowed the software house to strengthen its position in the market.
We are obviously talking about Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5 , which have really sold very well, the first exceeding the expectations of Capcom itself, as admitted in the report released in the last few hours, but also thanks to the support of Monster Hunter: World , which continues to be a very successful title.
“The popularity of titles such as Resident Evil 2 exceeded expectations, driving the company’s success. Devil May Cry 5 reached the markets of overseas and took strong gains, and the Monster Hunter series contributed significantly to increase the profits. Monster Hunter: World has been a phenomenal success in the last fiscal year and has maintained its popularity by expanding its user base, and even the PC version of Steam has gained well. “
Capcom, therefore, recorded profits for the sixth consecutive year, total net sales of over 100 billion yen, for a 5.8% increase compared to the previous year. Also noteworthy are operating revenues of 18.14 billion yen (+ 13.1%) and ordinary revenue of 18.19 billion yen (+ 19.3%).
What do you think of the Capcom numbers?