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Capcom turns to record profits in the second half of the business year



Capcom turns to record profits in the second half of the business year


Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is selling well, and the Japanese publisher’s financials paint a pretty encouraging picture.

After the explosion of Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5, the first half of the business year (April-September) was quite quiet for Capcom, with Monster Hunter World: Iceborne being their only more serious appearance. However, like the base game (which is already over 14 million), it was very big, as we have now learned that 2.8 million copies have been shipped by the end of September. And where else is the PC version …

Meanwhile, the publisher’s financial indicators are also strong, because although revenues for the first half of the year fell to 29.2 billion yen last year, the 14.5 billion yen profit is not only a 23 percent increase over last year, but Capcom has never had such a high profit before. half of the business year.

For Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry 5, we didn’t get any recent sales data, but all we learned from the report is that the two success stories this year continue to perform well on digital platforms.