Capcom released their consolidated results for the 6 months ended September 30, 2016 with new sales data showing that Monster Hunter Generations has surpassed 4.1 million in global sales.
Previously, the total worldwide sales for Monster Hunter Generations was at 3.3 million but with the added 800,000 it surpassed 4.1 million, putting it on par with Monster Hunter 4, which currently sits at the same figure for its total lifetime sales. Capcom also noted that Monster Hunter Generations achieved solid sales in the West.
Back in May, Capcom announced their plans for three major titles, with expectations for the first major title to sell around the 4 million unit-range, a second major title at the 2 million unit-range, and a new Monster Hunter title to sell around 2 million units as well.
New information from a Japanese press release has revealed the first title (4 million) as Resident Evil 7, the second title (2 million) as Dead Rising 4, and the new Monster Hunter game expected to sell in the 2 million unit-range as the recently announced Monster Hunter XX.
Monster Hunter Generations is currently available for Nintendo 3DS. Monster Hunter XX releases in Japan on March 18, 2017 for 3DS.