Capcom has confirmed, by order, the period of launch of Monster Hunter: World in PC. Ryozo Tsujimoto, producer of the series, thanked in a video to all the community of players the feedback received in the testing period of the title. The executive also confirmed that the Monster Hunter World will see the light on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on the 26th of January.
However, PC gamers will have to wait a few more months. Tsujimoto said that the new delivery will arrive on pcs sometime in the fall. “The team is working hard to provide the best possible experience on every version of the game, and requires additional time to optimize the PC version,” says the producer.
Monster Hunter World aims to bring an ecosystem live in which players are put in the role of a hunter who pursues and hunting ferocious beasts in battles without rest. The new installment of the franchise will be multiplayer options online and a structure of missions, in which players will be able to face their challenges alone or join up to three other hunters in co-op play. For the first time in the series, the players from Japan and western countries will be able to play together online, providing an extended base of partners hunting cooperatively.
With the new feature online drop-in, the players who are playing solo will be able to request assistance from the world group during their adventures when their opponents will be too intimidating as to be able to handle them solo. The game will be released worldwide for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26, 2018. The launch of the PC version is expected in the fall of 2018.