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Monster Hunter World Shipments Pass Six Million Units Worldwide

Capcom just announced officially that Monster Hunter World has passed six million shipments worldwide, including retail and digital downloads.

February 9, 2018

Capcom just officially announced in a press release that shipments of the recently-launched action RPG Monster Hunter World have passed another milestone.

To be more specific, the game is now over six million units worldwide including both shipments to retailers and full-game digital downloads on the PlayStation Store and on Xbox Live.

This also means that the title is the fastest Monster Hunter game to reach six million shipments in the long history of the franchise.

Just a few days ago, we learned that Monster Hunter World passed 1.5 million units sold at retail in Japan in only two weeks, and it’s also the main Monster Hunter release with the highest debut attach rate in the country (despite the fact that it did not launch on a portable platform).

On top of that, it passed five million units shipped worldwide in only three days,  but apparently, the train is not about to stop just yet.

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The game is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One, with a PC version coming later this year in the fall. If you want to learn more about the game, you can read our review.

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