Monster Hunter World’s sales have surpassed 8 million units on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Capcom has announced that Monster Hunter World’s physical shipments and digital sales have hit 8.3 million units as of the last fiscal quarter, which saw the company’s net sales increase by 46.5% year-over-year.
“In this business, the phenomenal success of Monster Hunter: World (for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) from the previous fiscal year continued, with the title gaining further popularity through the expansion of its user base. In scoring a worldwide smash hit, the series solidified its position as an international brand and strengthened our base of IP,” Capcom said.
The title’s PC launch date was revealed earlier this month, when it was also confirmed that the game would run in 4K at 60 fps, and supports mouse and keyboard, as well as game pads. You can check out the first 15 minutes of Monster Hunter: World running in 4K on PC right here.
Pre-orders are open on Steam and players who commit before release will receive the Origin Armour Set and the Fair Wind Charm pre-order bonuses. Monster Hunter World launches on Steam on Thursday, August 9.
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Original Source. IGN.