CAPCOM’s upcoming coop adventure, Monster Hunter World has had its download size revealed. Based on the Japanese case for the game, Monster Hunter World requires just 16GB of hard drive space. Considering how vast the game is, and just how gorgeous it looks, this is a considerably small size.
Not that download size correlates with poor release quality, it’s just a surprising figure as most games in the same league of triple-A quality usually level out at about 30 GB.
‘Embark on a perilous hunting expedition into a newly discovered continent known only as ‘The New World’ and prowl its uncharted wilds in search of the land’s most ferocious beasts in Monster Hunter: World.
Each new foe you discover will pose a unique challenge, demanding careful planning and a hunter’s instinct to bring it down. Use any number of a vast array of traps. lures and weapons as well as the living ecosystem around you to overcome your quarry.’
Monster Hunter World arrives on January 26th 2018 for PS4 and Xbox One. Unlike previous Monster Hunter titles, this will take place in a seamless world with a strong single-player component to complement co-op play.
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