Capcom recently posted their financial results report for the company’s second quarter, which was a time period of six months that ended on September 30, 2018. According to USGamer, Capcom reported a very successful year, saying that “net sales increased to 42,327 million yen (up 28.5 percent year-over-year) while operating income grew to 10,508 million yen (up 110.1 percent year-over-year)”.
Capcom’s Monster Hunter series was a major factor for the success. Monster Hunter World became the “first single title in Capcom’s entire history to surpass 10 million units”. Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, which released on the Nintendo Switch in western regions a couple of months ago, also saw success. According to USGamer, Capcom says that there were “strong Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate sales in markets outside of Japan”.