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Monster Hunter: World will runt at 30 fps on consoles, PC version might run faster

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Monster Hunter World is the name of the new installment of the popular game of hunting of Capcom. As you know, that title will hit PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in early 2018. In addition, the game will also arrive on PC; However, there is still no confirmed release window for this version of Monster Hunter World. Before the arrival of the game, it is normal that details about its performance begin to emerge. On this occasion, the person in charge of the community of Monster Hunter World shared relevant information about this.

To begin with, we know that Capcom’s goal for Monster Hunter World is to run at 30 fps stable on consoles. This, apparently, contemplates PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X. The information came about because of a user on Twitter questioning the person in charge of the gaming community about it.

Later, a Capcom representative spoke with the PC Gamer, and said: “The comments regarding framerate we’ve shared publicly apply to the Xbox One and PS4 versions.” However, it was not entirely clear if it will be the same frame rate they will have on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X.

The information suggests that the PC version might perform better. Ryozo Tsujimoto and Yuya Tokuda, producer and director of the game, respectively, mentioned that the title will come later to this system to “make sure it’s optimized and fine-tuned for the PC as much as possible.” Also, the developers revealed that this version of Monster Hunter World will be an internal work of Capcom.

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To conclude, Tsujimoto and Tokuda added: “In terms of going over and above the console versions in terms of specs or features, we’re kind of running towards the development time now where we’re going to have the general game done, and then once we’ve got that in the can we can look towards what we can do for PC gamers.”

On the other hand, Capcom confirmed that the title will not arrive on Nintendo Switch, and that the game will join the base of players from Japan and the West.

What do you think of the first details of the game’s performance? Do you think that on PC the game will reach 60 fps? Share your point of view in the comments below.