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Post by Eorl @ 11:59am 17/02/15 | 0 Comments
Capcom's latest entry into the long-running monster hunting business has topped 3 million in sales worldwide, thanks in-part to the weekend sales of western release Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate.

The number includes both digital downloads and download cards, plus a combination of Japan and North America/Europe/Australasia regions. Capcom also noted that original sales of Monster Hunter 4 have now moved an incredible 4.1 million, which is insane to think considering its only available in Japan.

Gameinformer notes that since its inception in 2004, the Monster Hunter brand has seen more than 32 million units moved across the vast world, an astonishing number for a series that offers countless hours of playtime. Did you pick up Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate over the weekend? Let us know in the comments how your hunting is going!



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