Capcom Has Hired About 700 People In The Last 5 Years

Over the past 5 years, Capcom has hosted games like Resident Evil 7, Monster Hunter: World, Devil May Cry 5 and Resident Evil 2 remake, acclaimed by critics and fans.These games have allowed Capcom to return to the good graces of the fans and, he says, over the past few years has recruited new employees to work on larger, quality-focused projects – something they will continue to do.

In a recent report to investors and analysts, Capcom says it has hired “approximately 700 development staff in five years.”

“In addition, to support multi-platform, we are working to improve the development system by preparing a development environment in which large-scale development can be performed by a large number of people using our own development engine. ”

The Japanese company seems to have a clear vision of what it plans to do on the next generation of consoles: to continue to use the game engine it has used in games like Resident Evil 2 remake and Devil May Cry 5, highly praised by their visuals, in projects of Big scale.

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