Capcom Reaches Record Share Price Following Phenomenal Resident Evil 4 Remake Sales
Capcom has reached a record share price of 4,865 yen following the highly successful launch of the Resident Evil 4 Remake. The game has been met with critical acclaim and impressive commercial performance, selling over 3 million units within two days of release. This makes it the second-largest launch in the series’ history, driving the company’s stock to an all-time high.
Industry analyst Dr. Serkan Toto reported on Twitter that Capcom’s share price hit 4,865 yen on Monday morning in Japan, attributing the incredible growth to the strong performance of the Resident Evil 4 Remake.
It's Monday noon in Japan where Capcom's stock today hit 4,865 yen earlier in the morning, an all-time high for the company.
(Screenshot shows the price at the current 4,850 yen.) pic.twitter.com/xexMEtfNyp
— Dr. Serkan Toto / Kantan Games Inc. (@serkantoto) April 3, 2023
Capcom’s financial outlook remains promising for the remainder of the year, with other releases such as Street Fighter 6 and Exoprimal on the horizon. Long-term sales of previous releases are also expected to contribute to the company’s ongoing revenue growth.
This milestone for Capcom demonstrates the enduring appeal of the Resident Evil franchise and the exceptional quality of the company’s game development. The recent successes with Resident Evil 4 Remake will likely bolster Capcom’s position in the industry, with fans eagerly awaiting the company’s future releases.