Monster Hunter Rise has shipped 7.5 million units

Monster Hunter Rise Continued to be welcomed by the audience, so much that it reached another sales milestone.

According to Capcom, the game has now shipped more than 7.5 million units worldwide.

Compared with the 5 million units sold in the first week starting on March 26, the new number has increased by 2.5. This number is an increase of 1 million units over the previous sales milestone, and the game shipped 4 million units in three days.

The Switch game, which recently won the Japan Game Awards, brings new monsters and locations to the series, and provides a brand new hunting experience through a series of new actions such as Wirebug and a new hunting buddy named Palamutes.

Monster Hunter Rise will land on PC on January 12th. In order to keep you going until the launch, the Steam demo version will be available from October 13th.

It will have numerous hunting options, offline single player and online multiplayer games, 14 weapon types, a training option and a flying dragon riding tutorial. There will also be three different hunting missions and monsters to experience.

When the full version of the game is released on PC, it will contain all the major post-launch content available on the Nintendo Switch version until the end of November 2021.