Update: Result so far: "In August 2018, Capcom announced that Monster Hunter World had shipped over 10 million copies between all platforms"
Undoubtly the biggest news from E3 was the announcement of Monster Hunter World. And while Monster Hunter titles sell usually pretty stable, this adds uncertainty by switching back to home console. So how will this work out?
How much will the title sell between all platforms? Will it grow in the West? Will it decline in Japan? Will PC and Xbox be able to sell significant numbers compared to the PS4 version? A lot to think about. So what do you think?
Some reference points:
Best selling title: Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP, 2008) - 5.48M global
Bestseller in japan: Monster Hunter Freedom 3 (PSP, 2010) - 4.87M in Japan
western bestseller: Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (3DS, 2014) - 0.71M in the US, 0.48M in europe = 1.19M (3.94M global)
best selling home console title: Monster Hunter Tri (Wii, 2009) - 2.22M global
best selling multiplat: Monster hunter 3 Ultimate (3DS+WiiU, 2011/12) - 2.79M 3DS + 0.69M WiiU = 3.48MLast edited by Mnementh - on 02 January 2019