If you are like me, you probably hate the character you’ve created minutes after gameplay. And it seems like the folks at Capcom resonate with this, especially considering the character customization for Monster Hunter World is so vast, your bound to end up hating how your character looks sooner than later.
As a result, Monster Hunter World producer Ryozo Tsujimoto said that the feature to redo your character customization could be added into the game later, that is if the demand is high enough.
“You can’t redo it, but when making a character you can check their expressions, so you might want to do that first while making a character,” Tsujimoto told Game Watch (via Gematsu). “However, if there’s enough demand for it then I’ll put it under consideration.”
In other news, Monster Hunter World has shipped a total of 5 million units since it’s launch, read more about it, here.
Capcom’s Monster Hunter World has had a pretty successful launch so far (besides the matchmaking issues on Xbox One) and it seems the shipping statistics behind the game are indicative of this.
Monster Hunter World is out now for PS4 and Xbox One. PC will release later this year.
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