Back in June, Capcom announced that Resident Evil had become its first series to surpass 100 million sales. Today’s quarterly report has a less celebratory tone, with the publisher calling sales of Resident Evil 3 Remake “solid“—the cruellest compliment anyone can pay anything. 

2.7 million sales in three months is still a respectable number, but quite far behind Resident Evil 2 Remake’s sales across the same length of time. It boasted more than 4 million sales by this point and then went on to beat the lifetime sales of the original game. There’s still a chance Resident Evil 3 Remake will do the same, but it’s still got close to a million to go before it beats the original Resident Evil 3. 

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