Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak Sells More Than 5 Million Units Worldwide

Today, the Monster Hunter Twitter account has announced that its 2022 Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak expansion has sold more than 5 million copies worldwide, across Nintendo Switch and PC/Steam. As a thank you to fans, they have also revealed that they will be sharing a “commemorative in-game item pack” with more information coming soon.

This comes after the news that Monster Hunter Rise will be heading to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Game Pass, PS5, and PS4 on Jan. 20th, 2023 with its expansion, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, scheduled to be released in Spring 2023, around the May or June mark. It is no surprise that these titles will be brought to other mediums, especially as Monster Hunter Rise sold over 11.2 million units according to Capcom.

For its release on consoles, Monster Hunter Rise will also feature 4K resolution, 60fps gameplay, and 3D audio for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. It will also offer DualSense gyro support and activity card functionality for PS5 owners, with the DualSense adaptive triggers being made functional with both ranged and shielded weapons.

With Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak hitting 5 million sales, it is worth mentioning how this expansion has become a hit with fans. It offers players a whole new range of content along with new environments, enemies and new abilities, including 14 weapon types. You will also be able to meet a colorful cast of characters that can aid you on your journey, as you hunt enemies not seen in the base game. As the ‘Fierce Flame of Kamura’, you must stop a threat that is facing a kingdom across the sea – three terrifying monsters known as the Three Lords.

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Battle new foes in Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak.

Stay tuned to the Monster Hunter Twitter account to see updates about the commemorative in-game item pack. Will you be joining the hunt this week? Let us know in the comments, and keep up to date with more gaming news on GameLuster!

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