Resident Evil 7 has sold 4 million copies, 500K coming from the PC

Capcom has announced that Resident Evil 7 has sold 4 million copies worldwide. However, and while the PC port is arguably a great one, the Resident Evil 7 PC sales are not that strong. According to SteamSpy, the game sold around 500K copies on the PC platform.

What’s really funny here is that Resident Evil 7 the worst performing – sales wise – Resident Evil game on the PC. The game is even behind Resident Evil Revelations, the HD remaster of the first Resident Evil, as well as both Resident Evil 5 and 6.

Truth be told, the game still sits at 49,99€ so we don’t know how things will change once Capcom starts offering it at lower prices. A big discount may also boost overall PC sales. After all, October is the perfect month for such an offer.

Contrary to previous Resident Evil games, Resident Evil 7 is a first-person horror survival title. Resident Evil 7. And even though it did not meet Capcom’s sales expectations, it did recoup its development cost.

Resident Evil 7 will receive a free DLC, Not a Hero, on December 12th!

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