Monster Hunter World, the latest entry in the Monster Hunter franchise, has passed another major sales milestone, making it the best selling title in Capcom’s history.
In a Mar. 5 news release, Capcom announced that the title had reached 7.5 million units sold in combined physical and digital sales.
“Monster Hunter: World has overcome both linguistic and cultural barriers to delight approximately 7 million players worldwide, and has shipped 7.5 million units, making it the best-selling title in company history,” Haruhiro Tsujimoto, President and COO, said in the release.
The news comes less than a month after it was revealed the game had sold 6 million units, showing the title has sold an additional 1.5 million units in less than a month.
The accomplishment is yet another of many the company has achieved via Monster Hunter World; in addition to being the first title in the series to appear on current gen consoles, the game is the first to have received a global release and is the first Monster Hunter title to come to home consoles in nine years. A PC port is also in the works and is set to release later this year.