Capcom's been around for a little while (38 years, if you want to be precise about it), so it's had some time to develop a few games that subsequently sold over a million copies. It recently published a list of its 86 "Platinum Titles," and Monster Hunter: World comes in at an easy #1 with 7.9 million units sold.
These tallies were finalized on March 31, 2018, which makes Monster Hunter: World's numbers especially impressive since the game came out in January of this year. That means a game in a series that spent years as an obscure curiosity outside Japan sold nearly 8 million copies in three months. That's a big triumph for Capcom.
Capcom's second biggest seller is 2009's Resident Evil 5, with 7.3 million copies sold. 2012's Resident Evil 6 follows with 7.1 million copies sold. The first "classic" million-seller in the list is 1993's Street Fighter II for the SNES with 6.3 million copies sold. 2017's Resident Evil 7 Biohazard rounds out the top 5 with 5.1 million units sold. The very last Platinum Title in 2006's Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition, which squeaks by at #86 with 1.0 million units sold.
Want to know where your favorite Capcom title sits on the venerable Platinum Hits perch? Take a look at Capcom's million-sellers for yourself. You can also check out our guides for Monster Hunter: World if you need some help taking your first steps, or you just want step-by-step instructions for beating up the game's most ferocious beasties.