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In a recent earnings Q&A, Capcom told investors it predicts that current generation console sales will surpass 100 million by 2020.

Capcom’s recent earnings reports has given consumers a preview for the direction for the company, including longer development time for major titles and a “full-scale offensive” for the Resident Evil franchise. The latest info comes from CEO Kenzo Tsujimoto but applies to the broader market in general and aligns with analysts’ prediction that the current generation of consoles will more or less match the rate of previous gen’s total sales of around 270 million at the end of their life cycle.

“Our perception of the home video game market is that it will continue to be active at the global level, as we believe the install base of major home video game consoles will break the 100 million unit mark in 2020,” Tsujimoto said.

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Source: GameSpot

Capcom CEO expects current gen consoles to surpass 100 million sold by 2020

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By Jeff Landa | 05/16/2016 09:30 PM PT

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In a recent earnings Q&A, Capcom told investors it predicts that current generation console sales will surpass 100 million by 2020.

Capcom’s recent earnings reports has given consumers a preview for the direction for the company, including longer development time for major titles and a “full-scale offensive” for the Resident Evil franchise. The latest info comes from CEO Kenzo Tsujimoto but applies to the broader market in general and aligns with analysts’ prediction that the current generation of consoles will more or less match the rate of previous gen’s total sales of around 270 million at the end of their life cycle.

“Our perception of the home video game market is that it will continue to be active at the global level, as we believe the install base of major home video game consoles will break the 100 million unit mark in 2020,” Tsujimoto said.

Read More

Source: GameSpot