Capcom Expects Increase Sales Revenue Due to Dragons Dogma 2 Success

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Capcom's Revenue Has Been On Fire For 11 Years!!

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  • Capcom expects an increase in revenue thanks to the success of Dragon’s Dogma 2.
  • This marks their 11th consecutive year with an increase in the sales revenue. 
  • The sales numbers will keep on growing as Capcom prepares for more releases in the future.

Capcom recently released the much-anticipated sequel to their 2012’s Dragon’s Dogma. While we already know that the game sold well, Capcom’s earnings forecast report confirmed it was a success that will lead to an expected revenue increase. 

Why it matters? Dragon’s Dogma 2 was released 12 years after the launch of the first one, so it’s very impressive that it managed to keep the audience engaged. Its sales success has allowed Capcom another remarkable year in terms of sales. 

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Capcom Sales figures indicate another strong year led by Dragon’s Dogma 2

But the expected increase in sales revenue is nothing Capcom hasn’t seen before. This is now an impressive 11th straight year where their revenue has jumped, indicating what a massive studio they are. 

As the report indicates, this year’s success is primarily led by Dragon’s Dogma 2 and Street Fighter 6. It managed to reach 2.5 million sales in just 10 days. However, it has not been all bed of roses for the title as it has already lost 80% of its player base on Steam. 

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Dragon’s Dogma 2 appears to be a financial success

It currently has mixed reviews and averages around 9000 concurrent players on Steam. The fall in numbers is associated with the performance issues that have plagued the game since its launch. It also came under fire for ridiculous microtransactions. 

Nonetheless, Dragon’s Dogma 2 proves that Capcom now has more than just Resident Evil and Street Fighter to show for it. Reports also indicate they might have plans to bring back some of their other less notable franchises, namely Dino Crisis

There are also reports of the Resident Evil 5 Remake to be announced soon. We also know that Resident Evil 9 will also surface soon. In short, Capcom’s success this year will only multiply once they add to their already gigantic franchises.  

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