Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Sells Over 10 Million Units Worldwide

Publisher and developer Capcom has announced that Monster Hunter World: Iceborne has sold over ten million units worldwide since its initial September 2019 launch. The company attributes this achievement to “strategic pricing.” Further, this news was shared alongside the fact that Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak has sold over five million units worldwide.

Congratulations to Capcom for these well-deserved successes, and here’s to further Monster Hunter-related success in the future.

Picking up from the end of the storyline in Monster Hunter: World, Iceborne, players join forces with the Research Commission once again to explore the undiscovered new land of Hoarfrost Reach. Following an unusual sighting of Legiana from the Ancient Forest, the team journeys across the waters to a new locale with a frigid climate covered in snow and ice.

As pioneers, the group soon sets up a new base camp in Hoarfrost Reach called Seliana, which serves as a warm HQ with resources to prepare them for the challenging quests that await.

The Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion brings a new feature called Hunter Helper for players to help others progress through the main campaign to get them to the point where they are ready for the Iceborne content. Helpful players will get rewarded with exclusive in-game Pendants and Trophies for assisting other hunters.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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Orpheus Joshua

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