Monster Hunter’s base version is the best-selling Capcom game with 16 million sales, a first for Capcom in its 41-year history.
Capcom is stronger than ever and the Japanese company has enjoyed great success in recent years thanks to the great performance that many of its games have had in the market. This resurgence has been led by Monster Hunter: World, a delivery that became a hit in this generation and that already boast a new number of copies sold.
Capcom’s best-selling games list, which is named by the Japanese company as Platinum Titles, was updated to September 30 of this year and now Monster Hunter: World sports 16.4 million copies, a figure that if added to the expansion Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, which has already sold 6.6 million copies as a single product, shows the success of the franchise in this generation.
On the other hand, the numbers of Resident Evil continue to increase, and in the case of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, the most successful installment of the franchise, it has already sold 8.3 million copies. Also, the remake of Resident Evil 2 registered 7.5 million copies.
So, here are the Top 10 best-selling games in Capcom history:
- Monster Hunter: World – 16.4 million
- Resident Evil 7: Biohazard – 8.3 million
- Resident Evil 5 – 7.7 million
- Resident Evil 6 – 7.6 million
- Resident Evil 2 Remake – 7.5 million
- Monster Hunter World: Iceborne – 6.6 million
- Street Fighter II (SNES) – 6.3 million
- Street Fighter V – 5 million
- Resident Evil 2 – 4.96 million
- Monster Hunter Freedom 3 – 4.9 million