Capcom outlined plans for the coming fiscal year earlier today, upping support for PS3/360 with a drop for the Nintendo Wii, 3DS and DS.
The Japanese publisher, known for Street Fighter, Mega Man and Resident Evil expects to sell 18 million pieces of software across 55 titles and various handheld, console, PC and other platforms. The PS3 and Xbox 360 both see an increase in the number of titles on the way, presumably sharing most as cross-platform.
The DS/3DS together see a slight drop in the number of games on the way, but an increase in projected sales.
The Wii sees a significant drop this year with only two titles being made and an expected 200,000 units to be sold.
(Last year's titles and sales in brackets)
- PS3: 16 titles, 8 million units (11 / 6.2 million)
- X360: 14 titles, 4.7 million units (11 / 4.2 million)
- DS/3DS: 9 titles, 2.4 million units (11 / 1.7 million)
- PSP: 11 titles, 2.2 million units (11 / 6.2 million)
- PC/Other: 3 titles, 500,000 units (3 / 500,000)
- Wii: 2 titles, 200,000 units (5 / 1.4 million)