Monster Hunter World hits Japan, sells 300,000+ units on PS4

Monster Hunter: World has hit Japan and within the time of a 7 days the new title has sold 300,000+ copies.

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Last week Capcom told us that the sales of Monster Hunter: World reached 5 million copies in just three days, now that title has reached Japan we have learned that in just 7 days it has sold 300,000 copies on PS4.

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From a recent report released by Media Create, Monster Hunter: World has beaten Dragon Ball FighterZ sales taking first place on the software chart with 346,187 units sold.

The success of the title has also driven the sales of hardware, pushing upq the sales of the PlayStation 4 to 109,287 units in just a week.

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