Monster Hunter World Flows By Pallets, Capcom Celebrates Its Success


Monster Hunter World Flows By Pallets, Capcom Celebrates Its Success

The first quarter of the current fiscal year ended on June 30, 2018 for Capcom, and it is only logical that the group presented its new results. Unsurprisingly, the star of the Japanese company remains Monster Hunter World which displays 8.3 million games distributed worldwide on PS4 and Xbox One. A still impressive score, even if we don’t know the exact number of units actually sold, and this while the PC version is only expected for the next august 9.

Apart from that, Capcom explain that its turnover is up by 46.5%and that its operating profit follows the same trend with +550.8%. The Japanese developer is also satisfied with the performance of Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection and Mega Man Legacy compilations, but does not provide further details on the sales of these titles.

Following positive reactions from the community and the press, Capcom strongly believes in the success of Resident Evil 2, the remake of the gameHideki Kamiya. In addition, ambitions are also high when it comes to Devil May Cry 5, the company arguing that its long absence should contribute to the success of this episode.

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