Capcom Significantly Lowers Sales Expectations for 2015
Due to a number of game and hardware delays, Capcom has decided to lower its sales expectations for 2015 by around 15 billion yen ($126 million).
This cuts expectations by around 20%, considering that Capcom originally was expecting to reel in around 80 billion yen ($669 million), but now has changed that figure to 65 billion yen ($543 million). The cut comes after delays in the launching Capcom’s new pachinko machines and various video games.
Despite the cuts, the company still expects to earn a profit of around 6.8 billion yen ($57 million) at the end of the year. What do you think of the lowered sales expectations?