By David Fernandes / July 28th, 2016
Capcom announced back in late March that the HD Remaster of the once exclusive Gamecube title, Resident Evil Zero was trailing at 800K copies sold digitally as part of their fiscal period. Now they once again boast of another 300K unit increase in sales four months later with 1.1 million units sold so far.
To put it into perspective, the original Gamecube version released back in November of 2002 and sold around 1.25 million in its lifetime. So while in comparison it is lower, and on account of it having been released on multiple platforms, the fact that a re-release is trailing behind it by just 100K more is quite something. For Capcom to continue to announce numbers, its shows they’re more than likely pleased with the results.
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