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Monster Hunter: World Ships 14 Million Units

Monster Hunter: World Ships 14 Million Units - Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted on 07 October 2019 / 2,008 Views

Capcom has announced shipment figures for Monster Hunter: World have hit 14 million units worldwide. This figure includes digital sales.

The Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion must have helped sales of the main game since it launched on September 6. The expansion quickly shipped 2.5 million units worldwide.

Monster Hunter: World released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One worldwide in January 2018 and for Windows PC in August 2018.

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Manlytears (on 07 October 2019)

14M !! Damn, whit this MH future on playstation is assured, i mean PS4 version probably over 10M alone.

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WoodenPints Manlytears (on 07 October 2019)

I doubt the PS4 version is that high as the game did amazing with it's PC release which is likely at 5m+ and Xbox at 1m or so giving PS4 somewhere around 7.5-8m which is great as well.

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V-r0cK (on 07 October 2019)

That's massive! Capcom wont be taking the MH series away from Playstation anytime soon now.

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Cerebralbore101 (on 07 October 2019)

Waiting on the PC version of Iceborne. That way I have something nuts to play on my new PC build along with Cyberpunk 2070.

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Azzanation (on 07 October 2019)

Good on you Capcon. The game that put Capcon back on the map

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think-man (on 07 October 2019)

Now all that's needed is a switch port and it could probably 15+ million LTD

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