Capcom shared a lengthy new gameplay video for Monster Hunter: World earlier today, introducing us to the area known as the Ancient Forest. Watch as the quest to take down a new giant monster called Anjanath begins in the 23-minute chunk of footage after the jump.
Sony's E3 press conference was a mixed bag last night, but it had a couple interesting surprises. One of them was Monster Hunter: World, which explains the recent trademark. This entry brings Capcom's series to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in early 2018, with one of the key online features offering cross-region cooperative play between Japan and the west.
Just ahead of E3 2017, Capcom has filed a trademark for a game called Monster Hunter: World in the United States and Norway. Hit the jump for additional tidbits!
Nintendo Switch is about to get its very first Monster Hunter title, though this one won't be wholly exclusive. Following up on its March release on Nintendo 3DS, Monster Hunter XX will be coming to Switch in Japan on August 25. Read on for more.