Capcom Targets 100 Million Game Sales In One Year Through Mobile Market

Expert Verified By

But PC Still Main Platform For Capcom!

The Chief Operating Officer of Capcom, Haruhiro Tsujimoto, recently unveiled the company’s goals. The aim is to achieve the staggering milestone of selling 100 million copies of their titles within a single year.

A recent report reveals that the driving force behind this ambitious goal will be the well-timed launch of a lineup of AAA titles on mobile devices.

Why it matters: Mobile gaming is poised to grow exponentially in the coming years, and Capcom is ready to cement its place as the leader in the industry.

YouTube video

While talking to Bloomberg in an interview, Tsujimoto declared:

“I hope to achieve our 100 million copies goal with contributions from AAA titles on smartphones.”

This statement signals a massive shift for the well-known gaming company, which has always been linked with console and PC gaming.

Tsujimoto highlighted that while PCs are their main platform, bringing AAA titles to smartphones will be crucial in reaching their goal. It is important to mention that Capcom’s shift to mobile gaming was not without its technological challenges.

However, a game-changing partnership with Apple accelerated this move, with flagship games like Resident Evil Village and the Resident Evil 4 Remake set to launch on the iPhone 15 Pro later this year.

Playing games like Resident Evil Village and Assassin’s Creed Mirage is now a seamless experience on smartphones. That is mainly thanks to the cutting-edge technologies used in the new iPhone 15 Pro.

In fact, Apple believes this impressive smartphone has the potential to substitute a gaming console thanks to the additional utility of smartphones.

Capcom New Titles


Despite an annual report reflecting a 33% decline in mobile game revenue to ยฅ2.8 billion ($18.8 million) in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2023, Capcom is not discouraged.

The company is actively looking into fresh opportunities, such as porting Resident Evil games to the iPhone and collaborating with third-party mobile developers.

Furthermore, Capcom is focusing on the growing gaming market in India, finding it more appealing than China. Tsujimoto explains this decision, predicting substantial growth in India over the next 5 to 10 years.

In the same interview with Bloomberg, Tsujimoto was asked if he would consider an acquisition offer from Microsoft. The Capcom COO declined the idea politely, stating disinterest in acquisition offers.

For now, fans are certainly excited about Resident Evil Village on iPhone 15 Pro and iPad, set for release in October. This milestone promises to revolutionize the mobile gaming space.

Featured Image Credit: 

Was our article helpful? ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ป

Thank you! Please share your positive feedback. ๐Ÿ”‹

How could we improve this post? Please Help us. ๐Ÿ˜”

Latest News

Join Our Community



Ghost of Tsushima Becomes Third Biggest PS Game On PC

Ghost of Tsushima has become the third biggest PlayStation game on PC with just 1k players shy to become the second biggest.

PlayStation Expects Future Games To Focus On Narratives Over Graphics

PlayStation expects the future of gaming to focus on personalized and immersive narratives instead of fancy graphics.

Starfield Xbox Player Count Up By 72% After 60FPS Update

According to a new report, after the recent 60 FPS update, Starfield's player base is up by over 70% and growing.

Blackview Launches Hero 10; The Cheapest Flip Phone To Date

Blackview's entry into the foldable smartphone market has resulted in the Hero 10, a foldable phone that currently costs about $400.

Assassin’s Creed Shadows Flooded With YouTube Dislikes By Japanese Audience

Assassin's Creed Shadows seems to have failed at appealing to Japanese audiences, with the reveal trailer attracting thousands of dislikes.