The idea behind confronting huge monsters in a world that Monster Hunter: World offer seems to be quite successful. Monster Hunter: World has brought a whole new gaming dimension, and despite the fact it comes on PC in autumn 2018, has managed to sell many copies. More precisely, over 5 million.
Capcom has announced this on their official website, that Monster Hunter: World has successfully sold over 5 million copies, in both digital and package versions. Judging by the community, the whole world Monster Hunter: World offers merely looks fantastic.
As Capcom claims, the game will push even further, where every player will have a chance to compete for “The Best Hunter in the country”. The so-called Wing Determination Battle will be the name of the event, enabling players to compete for prizes of any form, probably.
The whole idea behind Monster Hunter: World satisfies the gaming portion of the world, while the PC players will need to be patient and wait a little bit more. We’re curious to see what would happen if Monster Hunter: World gets a version for Nintendo Switch. Then, the sells would probably triple, since recent data shows the high usage of Nintendo Switch.