PC Release Boosts Monster Hunter World Past 10 Million Units Shipped

Monster Hunter: World is Capcom's "best-selling game" ever.


Monster Hunter World has now shipped more than 10 million units, including digitally delivered units. The new sales milestone comes shortly after the game's release on PC in early August. This is up from the 7.9 million unit shipment tally that Capcom announced in May.

Capcom also confirmed that the entire Monster Hunter franchise has now sold more than 50 million combined units as of August 20. The franchise debuted in 2004.

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Monster Hunter: World is the "best-selling title" in Capcom's history. While the PC launch helped the game pass 10 million units, Capcom said the title continues to see "robust sales" on console. It is also available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, having launched on console in January.

For more on Monster Hunter: World, check out GameSpot's guide to help you learn about the game's armor, co-op, weapons, and a lot more. What's more, you can see all of our most important Monster Hunter content here, including our Monster Hunter World review. We also have a guide on how to capture monsters.

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