Monster Hunter games have always been very popular and with a lot of the older and previous titles hitting handheld devices, fans of the ongoing series longed for a console variant or PC version of Monster Hunter. Well, Capcom has Monster Hunter: World in the works for PC, PS4 and Xbox One for fans, and recently they put out a video with over 20 minutes of gameplay for gamers to watch.
I am a huge fan of Monster Hunter games and to see that Capcom will bring Monster Hunter: World to both console and PC means that the longevity of World will be much longer than usual given that the player base will be a lot bigger since it will release across PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
In addition to the above, Monster Hunter: World will soon be opened to mods and player made content through the PC modding community, which will only increase its longevity into the future. However, I should note that the Japanese version of World will only release on PS4, while the Western version will be opened to PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
With all of the above out of the way, publication site Gematsu posted up that Capcom revealed well over 20 minutes of Monster Hunter: World gameplay footage via a direct-feed live stream.
Capcom did note that a PS Plus membership will be required to play online, which an Xbox Live Gold membership is likely to be required, too, for Xbox fans.
Lastly, Monster Hunter: World is set to release worldwide for PS4 and Xbox One early 2018, which will be followed by a PC release later. The Japanese version of World will only launch for PS4.