Capcom just announced that Resident Evil 7: Biohazard shipped over 2,5 million copies worldwide. This includes the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC copies. This is a great milestone for Capcom’s latest installment of Resident Evil, and hopefully they will ship even more copies in the future. Even the Demo version was downloaded more than 7 million times before the full release. You can check the press release HERE.
Cumulative sales of the games in the Resident Evil series now total of 75 million units, ever since the first title debuted in 1996. They all revolve around surviving terrifying situations and fighting various monsters and zombies. There are also Resident Evil comic books, novels, novelizations, sound dramas, live-action films, animated sequels to the games, and a variety of associated merchandise.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard has now introduced the first-person perspective, completely changing the old Resident Evil third-person perspective. The game uses the RE Engine, making the game run smoothly and feel really good. If you are a fan of Resident Evil, and horror games in general, you will definitely enjoy Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.
In Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, you will be playing as Ethan Winters. He received an email from his missing wife Mia that was presumed dead for 3 years to come and find her. The search will take him to the mysterious Baker family mansion. As you explore the horrors of the mansion, you will uncover the mystery that revolves around it.
The game also supports the VR option for PlayStation 4 users, providing a more immersive and satisfying experience. Also, the game supports the Play Anywhere feature, meaning that if you purchase a copy for Xbox One console, you can also play it on your Windows 10 PC, and vice versa. All your saves, achievements and progression will be shared across both platforms, easily continuing where you left off.