Resident Evil 7 has been a solid success for Capcom this year, with the game getting the series back on the right track and being well-received by fans and critics alike. We’ve now received an update on how the game is selling, with an update on the game’s official website revealing that it has shipped 4 million copies worldwide.
This is definitely a big milestone for the game to reach, though we need to keep in mind that this is copies shipped and not sold. We don’t have an exact number on how the game has sold so far, though we know it has been doing relatively well. This is very impressive when considering that this is a much less action-heavy game when compared to the more recent games in the series, and it doesn’t feature any kind of multiplayer component at all.
Later this year will give fans plenty of reasons to jump back into the game, as well as hopefully bringing in new gamers with the release of the Gold Edition. The Gold Edition comes with the base game and all of the DLC, which will include the new End of Zoe and Not a Hero DLC that releases the same day. End of Zoe is a paid DLC that shows what happens to Zoe following the events of the game, whereas Not a Hero is a free DLC that stars Chris Redfield and shows what part he plays in the game’s story.
Resident Evil 7 is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, whereas the Gold Edition will launch on December 12 for the aforementioned platforms.