Monster Hunter World Reaches 13 Million Units Shipped

Celebratory in-game event starting next week.

Monster Hunter World

Capcom have announced that Monster Hunter World has reached 13 million units shipped across PS4, Xbox One and PC, putting it much further ahead as the highest selling Capcom game of all-time. Resident Evil 5 currently sits at second place, with an estimated 7.5 million units shipped as of March 31st, 2019.

To celebrate Monster Hunter World’s massively impressively milestone, there will be an in-game event running from July 25th-August 29th. If players log-in between those two dates, you’ll receive an Attack Jewel, 13 Appreciation Tickets, 13 Silver Eggs, three Gold Wyvern Prints, and three Heavy Armor Spheres, all of which are incredibly useful items.

No doubt these sales figures will continue to increase as Capcom gear up for the release of the DLC expansion Iceborne, which adds new monsters, a new area, new moves for each weapon class and so much more. It wouldn’t be surprising if we’re celebrating at least 15 million by the end of the year. Will you be playing Iceborne this September on PS4 and Xbox One, or on Steam in the Winter? Sound off in the comments.

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