Despite being out for less than two months, Monster Hunter: World has already managed to ship over 7.5 million units around the world. This officially makes the latest entry in the series Capcom's best-selling title of all time. Read on for more.
In the latest Monster Hunter: World mini-doc, we zoom out a little further to survey the way in which World was created to be a truly global experience. Hit the jump to watch!
The third entry in Capcom's series of mini-documentaries about the making of Monster Hunter: World is here. This one is called "Craft," and it explores some of the creature behavior, sound design, weapons, and other unique aspects of this entry. Hit the jump to watch!
Monster Hunter: World was front and center during this week's Capcom TV live stream, and that extends to its collaboration with Street Fighter V. You can skip ahead to around the 2 hour and 50 minute mark after the jump to see more of the Ryu gear in action.
Monster Hunter has a devoted cult following, but Monster Hunter World aimed to break into the mainstream with a more accessible title. Although it has a ton of positive points, the multitude of different mission types, crafting, tools, and techniques require a lot of instruction the game doesn't really provide. It all depends on who you know and how much individual research you're willing to do. Hit the jump for more!
The latest entry in the Monster Hunter: World mini-documentary series focuses on "Design," which includes the creation of sound effects and other key design decisions. Hit the jump to dive in the deep end.
Monster Hunter: World just came out, but Capcom is already preparing to mix it up with some characters from the Street Fighter series. While the exact timing hasn't been locked down yet, Ryu and Sakura armor sets are on the way soon, and you can see them in action after the jump.
"Rotten Vale" sounds like the name of an area in a From Software game, but you'll actually be able to explore it in Monster Hunter: World. The appropriately gnarly location is on display in Capcom's latest gameplay preview after the jump.
Monster Hunter: World is coming to PS4 and Xbox One on January 26, but what about the PC version? Capcom shared an update in the form of a video featuring producer Ryozo Tsujimoto, so see what he had to say about the release after the jump.
Back in September, Universal Studios Japan revealed its latest set of Cool Japan collaborations, which brings Sailor Moon and Final Fantasy attractions to the theme park along with expanded versions of the Detective Conan and Monster Hunter attractions. Check out a teaser after the jump.
Capcom recently shared a new "Third Fleet" trailer for Monster Hunter: World during the PlayStation Experience event, offering up another preview of cinematics and gameplay. A special treat came at the end of the trailer, though, which mixes Monster Hunter up with some 8-bit action courtesy of a Mega Man collaboration.
Monster Hunter: World brings Capcom's big game huntin' franchise to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in January, with a PC release to follow later, so more previews have been rolling in. The most substantial is an extended overview trailer timed nicely with the launch of the beta test demo in Japan. Check out nearly 10 minutes of characters, story, monsters, and gameplay in the footage after the jump.