Resident Evil 4 Remake It launched worldwide last week and was met with widespread acclaim from critics and gamers alike. Unsurprisingly, that level of success is also reflected in the game’s sales.
Capcom has announced that the remake has sold more than 3 million units in just two days of its release. That would mean its sales are surpassing what other recent Resident Evil games have achieved. 2021’s Resident Evil Village sold 3 million units at launch, though it took four days to do so. Meanwhile, the 2020 Resident Evil remake of 3 sold over 2 million units in its first five days, while the 2019 Resident Evil remake of 2 sold over 3 million units in its first week. Ultimately, Resident Evil 7 sold 2.5 million units upon its release.
In fact, Resident Evil 4 Remake is the second biggest release in the series of all time. The only game in the series that sold the most at launch was Resident Evil 6, which shipped 4.5 million units upon its release in 2012.
At the moment, some reports have claimed that the Ada Wong-focused campaign Separate Ways will also be released as paid DLC in the future, evidence of which has apparently also surfaced courtesy of recent data mining.
Resident Evil 4 Remake is now available for the main consoles (with the exception of Nintendo Switch) and PC. You can read our review at this link.
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