Monster Hunter Now tops 10 million downloads

Monster Hunter Now

Publisher Capcom and developer Niantic have announced Monster Hunter Now has topped 10 million downloads, a massive achievement for the smartphone spinoff.

The new smartphone spinoff was just released roughly a month ago, on September 14th for iOS (via the App Store) and Android (via Google Play).



To celebrate the new milestone, Niantic is offering all players a gift (5,000 Zenny, Wander Droplet x 1, Portion x 2). Players only need to enter the code “MHNow10M” on the Monster Hunter Now Web Store to receive the reward. There’s also a “10M Downloads Pack” up for sale to celebrate the milestone, for a limited time.

“We are delighted that so many people from all over the world have been playing our game in the first month since its global release,” said Kei Kawai, CPO, Niantic. “The adventure of this game has only just begun and we will continue to respond to feedback and work hard to bring more fun and surprises to our Hunters in the months to come.”

“We are very grateful that so many people have been enjoying Monster Hunter Now in the month since its global release”, says Ryozo Tsujimoto, Producer of the Monster Hunter Series, Capcom. “Players all over the world are responding to being able to play a true Monster Hunter experience in a unique and casual way in the real world.”

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