At this year’s E3 Capcom announced the ongoing work on “Monster Hunter World”. In the course of a video interview, the company revealed further details on the new offshoot.
At Monster’s E3 press conference on Tuesday morning, “Monster Hunter World” was officially announced. As Capcom confirmed in a recent video interview, we have not as speculated here recently with a spin-off.
Instead, it is “Monster Hunter World”, the new main fuse, which is fueled by Capcom’s in-house MT Framework engine. This is to ensure that the action-rolling game on all three platforms stable 30FPS on the screen conjures. In addition, Capcom acknowledged the rumors that “Monster Hunter World” was consciously tailored to the casual audience.
Monster Hunter World: More details about the new offshoot revealed
Instead, it is said that all the elements that marked the series last were on board. Among other things, the persistence and life announcements of his own hunter, the 14 different weapon types, as well as new equipment such as the “Mantles” were confirmed. The gripping hook is new, with which it is not only possible to move faster through the areas. It can also be used to gain a tactical advantage in the battle with the monsters.
Just as it has already been the case in the previous offshoots, the monsters do not have a life display. However, a new feedback system is to be introduced, which will help you understand how much damage you are doing. The detachable limbs or areas of selected monsters are also included. According to developers, the monsters were given various personalities as well as an overworked artificial intelligence. Together with the open game world and the living flora and fauna, a credible world is to be offered in this way. Also a day and night change is on board.
“Monster Hunter World” can be played entirely on your own and offline. In addition, a cooperative multi-player mode is on board, which is equipped with a drop-in / drop-out feature. Please note that the Coop is only available online. On a local Coop, however, was dispensed with. The same applies to the underwater battles and the popular stalker mode.
“Monster Hunter World” will be released in early 2018 for the PC, the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4.