Although Capcom's representative last month said the company wanted to launch multiple Switch titles using cloud technology, as is the case with Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Cloud Version, it seems that reality is a bit far from this motivation. The new report suggests that the game has become unnoticed on the hybrid Nintendo console in terms of earning revenue, but the results are favorable to consider the stream as a future option.
According to data from Gamesindustry.biz, after presenting its recent financial report, Capcom has been conducting a meeting of questions and answers with its investors, and there is a touching topic related to the experience of the company in the cloudy Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Cloud Version for the switch. In that sense, the answer was: "Although in the first half of the year we launched the title of cloud support, it was done exclusively for technological research and had no impact on revenue."
Although the first part of the response may be considered negative, Capcom later explained that, despite the zero-influence that he did Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Cloud Version In financial matters, the results are generally positive for considering the flow as an option: "Based on the results of our research, we have internally considered expanding on cloud gambling experience."
So, it seems that Capcom is also starting to fling with distribution channels from the clouds, the way that many businesses are considering in the near future.
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