Capcom launches “several major titles” by March 2021
Capcom revealed that, despite the Pandemic of Covid-19, he “will aim to release several major titles” by March 2021.
The Japanese developer and publisher used consumers with versions at the beginning of the year, which included Resident Evil 2 in 2019 and Resident Evil 3 in 2020. It is planned to do the same in 2021, as in an official document conclusion of the previous year.
Resident Evil 3 managed to ship 2.5 million units on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, after its release in early April.
These “major titles” should display very good performances, because Capcom plans a record turnover of 28 million units during the financial year ended in March 2021.
This window should be even more efficient than the closed exercises in March 2018 (monster Hunter World and marvel against Capcom Infinite, 24.4 million), March 2019 (resident Evil 2 and devil May Cry 5, 25.3 million) and March 2020 (Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, 25.5 million).
This certainly gives an idea of the games that the players could expect to receive by the end of March 2021, some of them have already been the subject of rumors.
According to an initiate, there are at least three big titles on the way of Capcom in the next fiscal year.
The last rumor concerns a remake of Resident Evil 4, which would have been in development for several years at Two-M, Inc.-the new label that helped work on resident Evil 3.
A Resident Evil 8 would also be under development, but it should be planned for the beginning of 2021 at the earliest, with the aim of a release between generations.