Stardew Valley has sold more copies than any single Resident Evil game

Indie darling Stardew Valley is a huge success with a whopping 15 million copies sold, beating out AAA hits like Resident Evil.

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Stardew Valley has not sold a massive 15 million copies on all platforms since launch in 2016.

Stardew Valley has sold more copies than any single Resident Evil game 43

Hugely popular indie farming sim Stardew Valley has sold a whopping 15 million copies in the last 5 years, the developer's website now confirms. This is a marked increase of 5 million units since January 2020. The indie darling has beaten other major competitors like Fall Guys, Valheim, Cuphead, Shovel Knight, and Hollow Knight, and even some big-budget AAA games like Final Fantasy XV, Battlefield V, and every Resident Evil game that Capcom has released (Resident Evil 5, the top-selling RE game, sits at 10.2 million copies).

Stardew Valley creator Eric Barone is currently working on his next game.

Here's a comparison of how Stardew Valley sales stack up against other titles:

  • Splatoon 2 - 12.21 million
  • Resident Evil 5 - 10.2 million
  • FFX - 9.25 million
  • FF15 - 8.9 million
  • FF8 - 8.8 million
  • FF13 - 7.7 million
  • Battlefield V - 7.3 million (as of February 2019)
  • Cuphead - 5 million (as of September 2019)
  • Enter The Gungeon - 3 million (as of January 2020)
  • Hollow Knight - 2.8 million (as of February 2019)
  • Shovel Knight - 2.65 million (as of September 2019)
  • Dead Cells - 2.4 million (as of September 2019)
  • Untitled Goose Game - 1 million +
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