Capcom has had yet another hugely successful year. In a report published by the company today, it has announced that its operating income in the year ending March 2022 is up by 24% and net income is up by 30.6% compared to the 2020-2021 period. That means Capcom has had nine consecutive years of operating income growth.
A lot of the company’s success comes from its huge sales numbers in its core Digital Contents business. Game sales hit another record high over the last year, with the company selling 32.6 million units — up on the already staggering 30.1 million units from the last year. This was driven by the release of a brand new Resident Evil game — Resident Evil Village — and the RPG spin-off to the Monster Hunter series — Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin — which has sold over 1.5 million copies.
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