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While Lost Planet 3 sold “below expectations” in North America and Europe, Capcom hopes to sell 1.2 million units of Dead Rising 3 between the two regions, according to the company’s financial report for the first half of their fiscal year ending March 31, 2014.

Monster Hunter 4’s Japanese release, meanwhile, has moved more than 2.8 million units, proving itself “a key title in this fiscal year.” Resident Evil: Revelations has also performed well across Japan, North America, and Europe, with 1 million units sold.

Besides increasing sales of Monster Hunter 4 and having a big launch success with Dead Rising 3, the company’s second half strategies also include raising DLC sales by increasing the number of full-game downloads and add-ons they make available.

Dead Rising 3 will launch alongside the Xbox One as one of the new console’s key exclusives come November 22 in both North America and Europe.

Capcom Reports Low Lost Planet 3 Sales, High Expectations for Dead Rising 3

By Chris Holzworth | 11/1/2013 12:33 PM PT

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While Lost Planet 3 sold “below expectations” in North America and Europe, Capcom hopes to sell 1.2 million units of Dead Rising 3 between the two regions, according to the company’s financial report for the first half of their fiscal year ending March 31, 2014.

Monster Hunter 4’s Japanese release, meanwhile, has moved more than 2.8 million units, proving itself “a key title in this fiscal year.” Resident Evil: Revelations has also performed well across Japan, North America, and Europe, with 1 million units sold.

Besides increasing sales of Monster Hunter 4 and having a big launch success with Dead Rising 3, the company’s second half strategies also include raising DLC sales by increasing the number of full-game downloads and add-ons they make available.

Dead Rising 3 will launch alongside the Xbox One as one of the new console’s key exclusives come November 22 in both North America and Europe.

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