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Monster Hunter: World left the story back in March when Capcom announced that the game had become the best-selling title in the company's history and sold 7.5 million units (shipments and digital downloads); and it has been chugging together since ever increasing its player count thanks to oral and eternal dose of new content, whether it's amped-up versions of existing monsters or new heroes.
Things have slowed down since Capcom reported the game now 7.9 million sales back in the beginning of May, but they are likely to pick up again thanks to the imminent release of World on PC. Many players skipped the console release and have stayed in the dark for several months now, so it would not be strange to see that the game exceeds 10m sales when it comes – especially when you factor in regions like China there previous MH ] titles on pc have done quite well in the past.
And unnecessary to say, the upcoming PC release is just a part of what's coming to Monster Hunter: World in the near future. A partnership with Final Fantasy XIV is set to come later this week, which allows players to fight the iconic Behemoth, as well as obtain a bunch of FF-related swag, such as a new set of armor and a costume for palico. And even if it is not confirmed, it's likely that we will see arch-tempered versions of the remaining oldest dragons, as well as two new monsters.
The future of Monster Hunter looks bright now, so hopefully Capcom can continue this momentum in the foreseeable future.
Monster Hunter: World is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The PC version is slated to appear on August 9th.