Famous video game developer and distributor Capcom has announced its ambitious growth strategy, without considering the sale of the company or acquiring third parties. Instead, the company focused on expanding its presence in the mobile gaming market.
The company, which has iconic series such as Monster Hunter and Resident Evil in its repertoire, aims to maintain its success by continuing to produce new high-quality games with the intention of releasing ‘triple A’ products every year.
Capcom COO Haruhiro Tsujimoto shared his vision during an interview on the show Tokyo Games Show.
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Adam emphasized the importance of offering repeat games over a long period of time, taking into account the price sensitivity of games.
The company has set an ambitious goal of selling 100 million copies of its games in a single year and hopes to achieve this goal through its mobile gaming platform, but they still view the PC as their primary platform.
“High quality games “Capcom can finally be played on mobile phones with the iPhone 15 Pro”, He stated that this transition was possible thanks to the latest technological developments.
Capcom has announced a collaboration agreement with Apple in development that will bring the popular Resident Evil game to the platform Apple Arcade is available for the American company’s new smartphone.
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Regarding Microsoft’s recent acquisition of Activision Blizzard, he acknowledged that the company is also a target of other companies, but reiterated the company’s preference for organic growth based on the training and development of internal resources.
Tsujimoto also highlighted the important role Japanese-made video games have played in the growth of the country and the industry as a whole.
This strategy of the company in the mobile gaming market promises exciting developments in the industry. and the continued expansion of its global footprint.
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