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Monster Hunter World coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC in early 2018

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After a brief introduction by Shawn Layden, the Sony conference at the E3 2017 reserves to the public an interesting surprise: Capcom has presented Monster Hunter World, a new chapter in the award-winning franchise that will come to PS4, Xbox One and PC in early 2018, also showing a gameplay video of the title.

If you are a fan of Capcom’s hunting title, it is a fact that you are excited about Monster Hunter World, which will arrive on PS4, Xbox One and PC sometime in 2018. The first trailer of the game was also revealed during the Sony conference in E3 2017. Capcom has also published the first captures of this new installment of the franchise and also gave more details about the game system.

Like the previous titles of the saga, Monster Hunter World will be an RPG up to 4 players and, again, we will assume the role of a hunter to look for and finish with a great number of dangerous beasts. The game will feature a local multiplayer as well as an online mode. Of course, we can also enjoy all the action of Monster Hunter World alone.

As the name suggests, the game will be a global experience, as for the first time in the franchise, Monster Hunter World will join the base of players from Japan and the West. It is important to clarify that the version for consoles will arrive in 2018; However, for PC it does not yet have an estimated release date, but this does not mean that users of such platform will be excluded from the world experience.

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The rest of the details revealed by Capcom refer to the classic mechanics of the franchise, such as exploration, collection and cooking. The company has also confirmed the presence of creatures such as Rathalos and the new Anjanath. There will be changes between day and night that will affect all the components of the various areas of the game. Also, we can move around the map without being interrupted by loading times.

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