The latest Capcom Platinum Titles list reveals that Monster Hunter XX (Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate) has sold 3.1 million units worldwide on Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch as of 31 March 2019, up 100,000 from the last quarter.
Capcom have begun a Capcom Golden Week Sale on the Nintendo Switch and 3DS eShops with another of top title discounted including Monster Hunter XX, Rockman 11, Street Fighter II, Okami, and more. Check out the full list of Switch titles below…
ー CAPCOM BELT ACTION COLLECTION (Capcom) ¥3,300 → ¥2,475
ー Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection International (Capcom) ¥4,860 → ¥3,159
ー Rockman 11: Unmei no Haguruma!! (Capcom) ¥4,990 → ¥3,493
Capcom have updated their platinum sellers list with Monster Hunter XX (Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate) at 3.0 million units sold worldwide. The Nintendo 3DS entry was at 1,828,510 at its last count, which infers the Nintendo Switch version is at 1,171,490.
Capcom have permanently reduced the price of Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. (Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate) from ¥5,990 to ¥3,990 on the Nintendo Switch eShop in Japan, in line with the recent ‘Best Price’ retail release tomorrow. Buy the retail version here and use the code JPNINTENDO for $3 off!
Capcom have announced a Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. (Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate) budget version on 15 November 2018 as Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. Best Price priced at ¥4,309.
This week’s Nintendo Switch eShop sales in Japan include a Capcom sale with 34% off Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. (Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate), 33% off both Biohazard Revelations (Resident Evil Revelations) titles and 41% off Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. Check out the full list of sale games below, and don‘t forget to buy your Prepaid cards here with delivery instant!
Capcom have announced a Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate demo for tomorrow (16 August) in both North America and Europe. The demo features Great Maccao, Barioth, and Valstrax and allows for multiplayer.
Edit: demo now available in all regions. Check out the artwork below to celebrate the release!
Nintendo of America have announced that Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. will be localised on 28 August 2018 as Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. We’ll update this post as soon as Nintendo of Europe confirm too! Trailer added below…