Capcom Co. Ltd. this week said Resident Evil 7 for Sony Corp.’s PlayStation 4, Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox One and the PC has sold more than four million units at global retail.
The company said the title has sold 4.1 million units to global retail.
Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition, to be sold Dec. 12, will include the base game, Banned Footage Vol. 1, Banned Footage Vol. 2, and the future End of Zoe DLC.
In End of Zoe, users discover the fate of Zoe in new areas and against new enemies. For current Resident Evil 7 owners the DLC will be sold separately at $14.99.
End of Zoe and Not a Hero will be released Dec. 12.
Resident Evil 7 includes a first-person view and trademark survival horror. The title takes place after Resident Evil 6 in a desolate plantation mansion. It utilizes a new proprietary in-house RE Engine that includes VR orientated tools.
The final title is compatible with Playstation VR.