Following on from the sales success of Resident Evil 2 Remake and Monster Hunter World, in particular, Capcom has reiterated it now views PC as a priority platform.

The Japanese publisher has been on the up and up lately, recently being named the best publisher of 2018 by Metacritic. Capcom has started 2019 with a bang, launching RE2 Remake with Devil May Cry 5 right around the corner. The good times don’t seem like they’re stopping anytime soon, which is positive news for PC fans after Capcom’s newfound focus on PC gaming.

“From the viewpoint of promoting digital strategy, expansion of PC platform spread cannot be overlooked,” said Capcom COO Haruhiro Tsujimoto. “The sales ratio of the PC versions in our main titles has been improving every year, and we will strive to further expand sales as an important platform.”

It bodes well for the future of Capcom games on the platform. Capcom’s upcoming slate is looking a little bare once Devil May Cry 5 hits on March 8th, aside from the Iceborne expansion for Monster Hunter World. It’s pretty tantalising just knowing that Capcom has plenty of projects under wraps though. Hopefully, we’ll hear a little more by the time E3 2019 rolls around in June.

How have you found Capcom’s PC support as of late? Did the Monster Hunter World delay let you down, or do you think it was the right call? Let us know below!