Monster Hunter Globe is the 1st Capcom game to sell 14 million

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October 7, 2019 Monster Hunter Globe sales have topped 14 million worldwide.

Iceborne has landed on consoles and Monster Hunter Globe sales continue to impress. The game has now shipped more than 14 million units worldwide – the extremely 1st Capcom title to do so. In truth, that is practically double the quantity posted by the venerable publisher’s subsequent-most significant game, Resident Evil five, and does not even completely account for sales of the new Iceborne expansion.

Monster Hunter World’s 14 million figure seems to include things like each the base game and the Master Edition bundle which bundles Iceborne. Similarly, Iceborne sales have hit two.five million, which includes each the digital sales of the DLC itself and total sales of Master Edition. So there’s some crossover among the two, but either way the quantity is impressive.

The Monster Hunter series has now totalled more than 58 million units sold, according to Capcom’s press release (through DomsPlaying on Twitter). The subsequent very best-promoting title in the series is Monster Hunter Freedom three, which has sold four.9 million units following its 2010 release on PSP, according to Capcom’s official web site.

The new sales figures come alongside news that Monster Hunter characters will seem in a Japanese police campaign advertising cybersecurity. Palicoes will be out on posters to inform youngsters to “stop reusing passwords.”

Monster Hunter Globe will quickly meet Resident Evil as Capcom worlds collide, but we’re nevertheless waiting to see when that make its way to Computer. Iceborne itself is set to hit Steam in January.

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