Capcom has released an ad for Monster Hunter World in Japan, and the thirty second TV spot is full of both monsters and hunting. It’s all gameplay based too, so you can catch some nice hunting tidbits! Monster Hunter World will release January 28, 2018 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Here is the TV spot:
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Back at E3, I got to see an extended gameplay demo of Monster Hunter: World. I was left very impressed by what I had saw, as Capcom are making some smart changes that keep the core of the series the same, yet help broaden the audience beyond the Monster Hunter faithful. From the connected level actually being connected without load times to the action feeling less stiff, this is the perfect entry point for someone new to the series.
While I was pretty much sold on the PlayStation 4 title at E3, there was some weariness from fans online. Would this still be the same Monster Hunter that they love? Well, I got to go hands-on with it at PAX West, and I’ve got some good news. This is still very much Monster Hunter at its core, and I’d go as far to say it’s the biggest step forward the series has taken in a decade.
My PAX West 2017 demo was a multiplayer session, as I got to team up with four other aspiring hunters.
Monster Hunter World will release January 28, 2018 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.