Capcom has now released Monster Hunter World for both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox ONE. And while they will be releasing it for PC soon, the game has already set the new franchise record for most copies shipped. Capcom’s official website recently revealed that the game has shipped 5 million copies worldwide in its first three days, setting a new franchise record. The figure also includes digital sales in addition to the usual physical release.
Yes folks, that’s just for the console release, and they’re already breaking records. Imagine what might happen once Capcom releases the game for PC…
However, it would seem that PC gamers would have to wait until autumn 2018 to finally get their hands on the game. The company also revealed that since they released Monster Hunter in 2004, they have now more than 45 million copies worldwide. This is truly groundbreaking, as Monster Hunter World has fans talking about the franchise once again.
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