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Monster Hunter Stories 2 Has Surpassed 1 Million Copies Sold

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Monster Hunter Stories 2 Updates: Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin has sold more than one million copies since its release. Since Monster Hunter World, the Monster Hunter series has once again aroused people’s great interest, which led to the continuation of its JRPG derivative series.

The goal of regular monster hunter games is to defeat monsters in battle and team up with their skins. In Monster Hunter Stories 2, the player is more like a rider than a hunter. In other words, they raise monsters from eggs and fight them in battle.

Monster Hunter Stories games tend to adopt a narrative approach, and the main article focuses more on the pleasure of fighting and hunting. The characteristic is that the rider receives an egg for the flightless Rathalos, who is considered to be a destructive creature reborn in modern times in prophecy.

Capcom actively promoted “Monster Hunter Story 2” during the E3 event in 2021, and it seems that the focus has paid off. According to a report on Capcom’s official website, Monster Hunter Stories 2 has sold 1 million copies since its release on July 9. Considering the Monster Hunter story, these numbers are impressive. With a playful style and tone, it is completely different from the main elements of the series.

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Like the recent success of The Legend of Zelda: Sky Sword HD, the sales of Monster Hunter Story 2 can be traced back to the release date. Since most people are not addicted to video games at home, only a few major versions can be seen during the summer months.

This means that few games released during this period have fewer sales competition. In fact, Skyward Sword HD is the only major game released at the same time. The amazing success of

Especially on the PC platform, means that there may be more projects in the series in the future. Capcom sees the potential to launch its main PC franchise, just like Monster Hunter Rise will land on the platform next year.

The original Monster Hunter Stories was ignored on Nintendo 3DS, but it looks like the series may expand in the future, especially if these sales continue to grow at the same rate as Monster Hunter Rise.

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