Monster Hunter: World Release Date Delay | Producer Explain PC Delay
Monster Hunter: World Release Date Delay | Producer Explain PC Delay: Monster Hunter fans will soon face the fight against new huge beasts when Monster Hunter: World launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26th.
As previously announced, the game will also come to PC, but the wait will be longer than most hoped.
Initially, only console players are allowed to participate in the mosntertack.
In a short video on Twitter, game producer Ryozo Tsujimoto recently said that the developer aims to launch PC porting in the fall. A more concrete launch window was not revealed, so PC players can expect to wait at least seven months from the game to be released on the console.
According to Tsujimoto, Capcom is working to optimize Monster Hunter: World for PC, but we did not know exactly what that means.
New monsters and more weapons
See 20 minutes from Monster Hunter: World. (Video. Capcom)
As in the game’s predecessors, the goal in Monster Hunter: World is to fight ever-increasing and more difficult creatures in a variety of different environments. A successful hunt is rewarded with upgrading materials for both weapons and equipment, allowing players to battle the battle against even tougher resistance.
The fighting requires careful planning, and the right choice of weaponry is usually very important in the Monster Hunter games. This time you have 14 different types of weapons to choose from, as well as special items and little assistants called Palicoes. How it all works, you can see in the video above.