Resident Evil HD, Capcom’s remaster of the 2002 game that was a remake of the 1996 game that started the Resident Evil series, passed the one-million sold mark recently. The publisher announced its game’s success in a release on Friday.
In the statement, Capcom also included that Resident Evil HD set a record as the “biggest selling day one digital title on the PlayStation Network” and is the company’s fastest-selling digital title in North America and Europe.
If you aren’t one of the million-plus people who have purchased Resident Evil HD, check out our review here.
Congratulations, Capcom. A remaster of a remake of a game released almost 20 years ago sold a million copies. That’s incredible, but it also speaks to the quality of the game and how Resident Evil continues to draw people in.
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