The producer Ryozo Tsujimoto has revealed that completing the Monster Hunter World story mode will take between 40 and 50 hours. According to Tsujimoto, at the end of the campaign players will be engaged in crafting and upgrading their equipment.
In addition, as revealed by the game director in the same interview granted to the German online magazine Mein-MMO, in the post-launch free updates will be published with activities and weekly events.
We remind you that the Monster Hunter World beta will be available again next week, this time for all PS4 users and not just for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Indeed, Capcom announced that Monster Hunter World’s open beta will start from December 22 on PS4.
This is the second round of beta for the new Monster Hunter, after the passage of a limited number last weekend reserved for subscribers to PlayStation Plus. If you have already participated in the closed beta, you can use the same client, without returning to download it in its entirety.
The pre-load will be available from December 18th. Monster Hunter World is scheduled to release on January 26 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and later on PC.
Previously, Capcom and Sony have released a new cinematic trailer for the open-world game of Monster Hunter World at PlayStation Experience 2017. The trailer showcases game story and characters of the action role-playing game.