Capcom’s Monster Hunter series is in the best shape of its life right now. Monster Hunter World’s sales refuse to slow down, while Monster Hunter Rise has been flying high as well, which is bound to continue with the game’s PC launch and the launch of its expansion, Sunbreak, next year. Of course, earlier this year, Monster Hunter also took a detour to deliver a charming turn-based RPG spinoff in Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, which has been doing well enough for itself as well.
In their recent quarterly fiscal report, Capcom announced that Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin has now shipped over 1.3 million units worldwide. That’s up from the 1 million units it had shipped in July a few days on from its launch. These aren’t mainline Monster Hunter numbers, of course, but no one expected that sort of a performance from this game, and all things considered, it’s selling quite well.
Monster Hunter Stories 2 is available on Nintendo Switch and PC. It recently also added more new content for players to dive into with its latest title update. Read more on that through here.