Monster Hunter: World has launched on PS4 and Xbox One, and the general consensus is that it’s a great game. We gave it a very high score in our review, and other outlets are singing its praises, also.
However, not all great games sell well. Some titles can release at a bad time, fail due to poor marketing, or go ignored for a variety of other reasons. Happily, Monster Hunter: World does not appear to be one of those games.
Since its January 26 launch, Monster Hunter: World has shipped over five million units. According to Capcom, that’s more units shipped in the first three days of launch, than any other game in the franchise. This includes digital downloads.
Taking a look at the UK charts, we see Monster Hunter: World sitting at the top, following by Dragon Ball FighterZ:
1 – Monster Hunter: World
2 – Dragon Ball Fighterz
3 – Call of Duty: WWII
4 – Fifa 18
5 – Grand Theft Auto V
6 – Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
7 – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
8 – PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
9 – Rocket League: Collectors Edition
10 – The Inpatient
11 – Assassin’s Creed Origins
12 – Pokemon Crystal Version
13 – Gran Turismo: Sport
14 – Crash Bandicoot N.SANE Trilogy
15 – Forza Horizon 3
16 – Super Mario Odyssey
17 – Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Siege
18 – The Sims 4
19 – Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2
20 – Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Monster Hunter: World is expected to launch on PC this spring. Keep on holding on!
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