Starting Friday, Monster Hunter: World players will be able to earn special Mega Man palico gear, and play a special limited-time event quest.
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If high-rank Diablos isn’t spooky enough for you, Monster Hunter: World’s Autumn Harvest event is now live on PC, and it features the Jack ‘O Lanterns and costumes you’d expect from a, extremely murdery game that is also so strangely steeped in fashion.
Videogames have historically had a pretty rough relationship with Hollywood, but if there ever was a franchise that lends itself naturally to a summer blockbuster adaptation, it’s got to be Monster Hunter and its endless stream of magnificent boss fights. Now Capcom has confirmed rumors that a Monster Hunter film is in the works, and it’s got some big-name talent attached.
Monster Hunter: World launched on PC a month ago, and it seems we’re getting a slightly accelerated update schedule compared to the original version on consoles. A new update launches tomorrow, bringing the Deviljho to the game for your hunting pleasure, and the new update promises to stamp out the last few connection errors PC players have been suffering from.
It’s Friday, the day when the working week should taper gently off but instead seems to widen to allow larger and larger workloads to funnel through the graft-pipe. It’s at times like this you wish you had a haunch of meat to squeeze on, letting its juices ooze soothingly through your fingers.
Monster Hunter: World has hit PC, and it’s largely been a great time – though a handful of connection errors are making it tough to play the game with your hunting party. There isn’t a catch-all fix, but Capcom’s on the case, as the developers have finally commented on an issue that’s been plaguing users since launch.
Monster Hunter: World is no longer available for sale in China. The PC version of the game launched on Tencent’s WeGame platform on August 8, a day before the Steam release. Players will be issued refunds – but the bigger question is exactly what this means for game sales in China, as Tencent cites “numerous reports” from authorities regarding the game’s failure to meet the country’s regulatory requirements.
Monster Hunter: World launched on Steam barely an hour ago, and judging by the player counts it’s already an astronomical success. Right now it’s the number four title on Valve’s client by current player numbers, and it’s already cracked the top ten of Steam’s biggest concurrent player counts – ever.