Monster Hunter Rise soars across Capcom's charts with 6 million sales

Thanks to massive Switch install base, Capcom's latest Monster Hunter Rise has amassed 6 million copies sold in a month's time.

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Published Wed, Apr 28 2021 11:29 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, May 25 2021 3:32 AM CDT

Sales for Monster Hunter Rise keep rising, and Capcom reports the game has now hit over 6 million sales.

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Despite only releasing on the Nintendo Switch, Capcom's latest Monster Hunter game is selling incredibly well. At 6 million sales, MonHun Rise game has already surpassed other modern Capcom games like Street Fighter V (5.2 million) and is eyeing Street Fighter II (6.3 million).

Monster Hunter Rise managed to jump by 2 million copies--as of Q3'20 the game had sold 4 million copies, and now it's breaking 6 million. The sales milestone marks yet another achievement for Capcom's string of record-breaking earnings and its FY2021 period should be no different. The company is already making major strides into the new fiscal year with heavy-hitters like Resident Evil Village, which is slated to release in early May.

Capcom is celebrating the occasion with a free DLC booster pack that contains:

  • Restorative Medicine Great x 30
  • Brown Meat x 20
  • Large Tal Bomb x 10
  • Demon Medicine Great x 5
  • Hardener Great x 5
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