The horror game sold another 500,000 copies to reach a new milestone
Resident Evil Village, the heavily monitored eighth instalment of the storied Resident Evil franchise, has hit 4.5 million sales, a historic feat. If you don’t know, the game is the sequel to 2017’s Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and it picks up right where its predecessor left off, with immediate success.
Village sold 3 million copies at launch, 4 million by May of this year, and has now reached a new figure of 4.5 million sales (as displayed on the game’s website).
Capcom reports that Resident Evil Village has sold over 4.5m copies worldwide https://t.co/LaE9smru8F
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Capcom announced (at E3, 2021) that DLC will be coming to the game for all those who played the game and are hungry for more. “By popular demand, development has just started on additional DLC for Resident Evil Village,” Capcom said at the time. Although, we have little information on what the DLC will actually consist of.
In addition to the DLC, Capcom has confirmed that Resident Evil Re:Verse, the competitive multiplayer title, will launch at some point in July.
For any fans of the horror genre who haven’t been able to experience Village, I recommend you do so as soon as possible. I have played it through, and I can confirm it is a must-play for all horror fans alike. The historic horror franchise has brought us a title that rivals their best.
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