On Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak on Steam, there is a tremendous amount of curiosity, as we have discussed in a previous article. Now that we have that out of the way, let’s look at how the new release performed in international markets.
Capcom has already achieved yet another level of remarkable success. It has come to light that more than 2 million copies of the Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion have already been sold around the globe. The result is true for both traditional and digital distribution methods (on Switch and PC). On June 30, 2022, the first episode of Sunbreak was broadcast to television audiences.
This does not mark the conclusion of the grounds for delight for the Japanese publisher. The firm has reported that more than 10 million copies of the standard version of Monster Hunter Rise have been sold. The corporation said in May that it has sold 9 million copies of this production, indicating that the sales dynamics are still rather strong.
Monster Hunter: World is still the version of the Monster Hunter franchise that has the most purchasers. The record result that Capcom has achieved in this industry is as high as 21 million units sold.
Yesterday, in the overview of the sales ranking on Steam, we discussed how much PC gamers enjoy playing games that are similar to those found on consoles. It turned out that another Japanese product, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, was at the top of the list after it had dominated Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade for a significant amount of time.