In a current meeting with Games Industry, maker Masachika Kawata was asked some question. Moreover, he was asked about the choice to make Resident Evil 7 more horror-oriented. He was asked this while considering that the two best titles in Capcom’s history, Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6, were more action focused. As indicated by Kawata, they made such an emotional move because of RE6. This is on the grounds that RE6 pushed that kind of gameplay as far as possible.
Resident Evil 7 maker discusses the sales of the game and more
He additionally presented his own thoughts on why the joint sales of Resident Evil 4, 5, and 6 are “a considerable measure higher” than the consolidated sales of Resident Evil 1, 2, and 3. Kawata clarified that it isn’t quite recently that the kind of content offered by horror games has some appeal.
Capcom beforehand said they felt certain about offering four million copies of Resident Evil 7 on the very first moment. Be that as it may, Kawata says they’re taking a gander at lifetime deals, not only the primary day.
Taking a gander at Capcom’s top-offering titles ever (as of September 30, 2016), Resident Evil 5 is #1 with 7.1 million copies sold on PS3 and Xbox 360. It is trailed by Resident Evil 6 with 6.6 million on PS3 and Xbox 360. At that point, there is Street Fighter 2 with 6.3 million on SNES. Lastly, we have Resident Evil 4 with 5.9 million on PS2, Wii, and GameCube.
Source: Games Industry