Capcom is on a roll as of late and their newest launch has some spectacular numbers to share. Satan Could Cry 5, which launched merely a pair weeks in the past has bought extraordinarily properly. In accordance with a picture posted by Twitter consumer, @Delriach from a GDC discuss, Satan Could Cry 5 has bought over 2 million models!
That is incredible information for the motion title and it provides to the incredible record of video games Capcom has of their portfolio. There have been additionally some attention-grabbing tidbits of knowledge on the discuss, like how Capcom invoked emotion with the Nero character and the way the lack of his arm (spoilers) correlates to that emotion.
DMCV has bought 2 million copies #gdc219 pic.twitter.com/ZOfbFNBoTH
— Isaac Torres 😱 GDC 😱 (@Delriach) March 22, 2019
Satan Could Cry 5 is already a beloved recreation, with a Metacritic rating of 87 at present, in addition to a lot reward from followers on Twitter and throughout the web. We cherished it right here, too, and you may take a look at our overview right here. The variability between the totally different characters is sufficient to make it so that there’s infrequently a uninteresting second and the motion is over-the-top, which is why it’s so memorable. Plus all of the weapons are various and actually encourage experimentation. That is an motion recreation finished proper and it’s no marvel it’s bought so properly.
The whole variety of gross sales throughout all Satan Could Cry video games at present sits at 17 million models, nevertheless it’s unclear if Satan Could Cry 5 is included in that quantity as of now. It’s additionally good to remember that these numbers are throughout all platforms and never simply PlayStation.
This information comes after studies that Resident Evil 2, which launched earlier in January, has bought over four million copies, one other large milestone for the corporate. Bravo, Capcom!
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[Source: Delriach via Twitter]