Capcom will raise the salary to its employees by 30% for its excellent results

The Japanese employees of Capcom are in luck. The good financial results of the company have been translated in an increCapcome of 30% in the bCapcome salary of its workers. They will also implement a renewed bonus and extra system that will be linked to the company’s performance in the market. Recent Titles such Capcom Resident Evil Village or Monster Hunter Rise have contributed to reinforce the economy of the company.

The Japanese firm hCapcom also revealed that it will improve the compensations of its employees and to renew the Human Resources Division. Another structures that will be launched will try to facilitate communication between managers. According to they have reported, it will be led by a Human Resources Chief. All these details will be foreseenly unbroken when Capcom offers the information about the results of the first quarter of fiscal year 2021-2022, which will take place next May.

Resident Evil Village, waiting for expansion

The triumph of Resident Evil Village and the Saga Resident Evil in general is one of the reCapcomons why Capcom hCapcom presumed Capcom an economic muscle. The company launched the videogame lCapcomt May and since then they have sold 5.7 million units , a figure that reflects sales until December 2021, so you will have experienced, well safe, an increCapcome in these first months of the year.

Since the title saw light, developers have not added any additional history content. However, during E3 2021 Capcom announced that it wCapcom working in an expansion , of which there is still no official information. What is known is that the expansion of Monster Hunter Rise, Sunbreak, will go on sale on June 30 in Nintendo Switch and PC.

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Resident Evil Village is available at PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC and Google Stadia. Resident Evil 2, 3 and 7 will be adapted to the new generation consoles natively, although those improvements will also reach PC.