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Monster Hunter World Gets Worldwide Release In January

Monster Hunter World has received a worldwide release date for all platforms. Get ready to take the hunt back to consoles this January!

Get ready to slay dinosaurs again on your home console in Monster Hunter World, because it’s arriving sooner than you think. The game was announced only a couple months ago at E3 during Sony’s press conference, and players can look forward to it 7 months later. Which is unprecedented in today’s industry.

During Sony’s PlayStation conference at Tokyo Game Show 2017, it was announced that Monster Hunter World will be getting a simultaneous worldwide release on January 26.

It should be noted that while many of the games reveals have been at Sony conferences, the game is not exclusive to their platform. It will also be available for the Xbox One, and PC at the same time. Typically, past Monster Hunter games would release first for Japanese audiences and later for the Americas. This will be the first time for a Monster Hunter game to be available for everyone at the same time!

Some other related news. There will be a Special Monster Hunter World PS4 Pro model, and it’s rather gorgeous. Fan big fans, it’s a must buy hands down.

Monster Hunter

Sadly, the console will be a Japan exclusive unit. So if you want one you’re going to have to jump through some hoops. This one though looks to be worth those hoops.

Get ready Hunters! Check your calendars and mark the date so you don’t miss it. Monster Hunter World will be coming on the 26th of January!

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By | 2018-01-17T15:02:00+00:00 September 22nd, 2017|feed, News|0 Comments

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