Capcom has revealed Western launch dates for PS4 and Xbox One versions of Monster Hunter: World. While the PC version is set to release after the console variants a bit later, the PS4 and Xbox One iteration of Monster Hunter: World is set to launch on January 26th, 2018.
Before detailing different versions that Capcom has planned for Monster Hunter: World, the new three minute long Tokyo Game Show 2017 trailer lies below for you to look over.
Although I do not condone others to pre-order or buy deluxe editions, if you happen to be interested in what said versions have to offer, Capcom has seeded an update to the game’s main site detailing the standard, deluxe and collector’s edition.
Looking over to the pre-order bonuses, both the retailer and digital versions will contain: The Origin Set Armor and the Fair Wind Charm Talisman, and if you happen to be on PS4 a custom theme.
Those of you who like Digital Deluxe Editions will be able to pick one up of Monster Hunter: World for $69.99. Said version will include the following: A digital copy of the game, additional customizable options that can be used in-game, and 14 weapon-themed PSN avatars.
Lastly, a $149.99 Collector’s Edition of Monster Hunter: World will include the following content: A physical copy of the game, additional customizable options from the Digital Deluxe Edition, a hardcover 32-page art book, a monster statue, and a digital OST code.
So far, it seems that a lot of gamers are looking forward to Monster Hunter: World, and if you happen to be excited too, the game is set to launch just five months from now. Additional material on Monster Hunter: World lies over on monsterhunter.com.
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