Monster Hunter World Has Sold 18.3 Million Units, Monster Hunter Rise at 10.3 Million

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Monster Hunter continues to be a massive seller for Capcom. As it does every three months, Capcom has updated its list of Platinum Titles (or every Capcom game that has sold over a million units), and provided fresh sales figures as of June 30 for all games listed. Unsurprisingly, Monster Hunter games new and old have continued posting strong numbers.

There’s Monster Hunter World, of course, which has now sold 18.3 million units, up from the 18 million units it had sold at the end of the previous quarter. Its expansion, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, sees an identical rise, standing at 9.5 million units, which is up from 9.2 million at the end of the previous quarter.

Then there’s the Nintendo Switch and PC title Monster Hunter Rise, which now stands at 10.3 million units sold. As of less than a month ago, its worldwide shipments and digital sales stood at 10 million units. Its own expansion, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, also continues to see strong sales, with 2.5 million units sold. That number is bound to go up rapidly, with shipments already standing at 3 million units as of July 13.

Finally, the Nintendo Switch exclusive turn-based JRPG spinoff Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin has now sold 1.6 million units, up from the 1.5 million figure reported earlier in the year.

Capcom has also provided updated sales figures for a number of Resident Evil games. Read more on that through here.

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