It seems Lady Dimitrescu has come to stomp on her 17 inch heels. According to Capcom, Resident Evil: Village has already surpassed 3 million copies sold worldwide. This figure includes both digital shipping and sales. If we take into account that the video game was released on Friday May 7, we are facing one of the most powerful releases of the year. In the UK, Resident Evil: Village was the second best-selling game when it launched in 2021, surpassed only by Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury. Additionally, it set a concurrent player record for the franchise on Steam. But to get a better general idea of Village numbers, if we compare it to its previous installment, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard shipped 2.5 million units in the same amount of time. On the other hand, the remake of Resident Evil 2 already has 7.8 million copies since it went on sale in January 2019. Capcom is currently in a very good position in the video game market. Cumulative sales of the entire Resident Evil series have exceeded 100 million units since the first game was released in 1996. Resident Evil: Village is now available on Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. This direct sequel to RE 7 will take us with Ethan Winters to a mysterious abandoned town and castle located in the cold lands of Transylvania, Romania. To save our daughter, we have to face the dangers lurking in the village and with Alcina Dimitrescu, the enormous vampire who reigns over the place with her entourage.