Capcom have announced that Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, the massive expansion to the incredibly successful RPG, has surpassed 4 million copies sold worldwide. It’s an incredibly huge accomplishment for a game that only seems to be going from strength to strength.
The reason why Iceborne managed to break that 4 million barrier, according to Capcom at least, is due to the expansion’s worldwide release on Steam last week. Combined with the sales of the DLC expansion on consoles, this has allowed Iceborne to break even more records for Capcom. As for the base game, which was already Capcom’s highest selling game, Monster World World managed to cross the 15 million units threshold, which is a remarkable achievement.
The series itself hasn’t been a slouch for Capcom either. Since its inception in 2004, the Monster Hunter series has managed to shift over 61 million units across all of its games, making it one of the most highly successful franchises of all time. Seriously, congratulations to Capcom for creating an absolute juggernaut.
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