Japanese gaming publisher Capcom has announced that it expects to make even more money than anticipated for its latest financial year due to the big success of a few key titles.
In a news release, Capcom said it is increasing its forecast for revenue and profit for the financial year ending March 31 due in part to big sales of Resident Evil 3 and ongoing sales of catalog titles like Monster Hunter World.
Capcom said its efforts to grow digital game sales have paid off, and that is also part of the reason why the company is increasing its revenue and profit forecast. On top of that, Capcom said preorders for Monster Hunter Rise for Nintendo Switch are “off to a promising start.” All of these factors, in addition to a presumed boost due to COVID-19, is why Capcom is raising its performance estimates for the financial period.
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