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Monster Hunter: World Stalks PC Release This Fall

While Monster Hunter: World is set to hit consoles this month, PC users will have to wait a little bit longer.


One of the first major AAA games of 2018 will be Capcom's Monster Hunter: World, which is set to deploy on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One near the end of January. There is a PC version that's also in development and on Wednesday morning, Capcom offered an update as to how that's coming along.

"The game is almost out, with the console version going on sale around the world on Friday, January 26," said Monster Hunter: World producer Ryozo Tsujimoto. "I hope you're looking forward to it! As for the PC version, we're working hard on it right now and aiming for an Autumn 2018 release."

For those who opt to wait for the PC version or those who decide to grab the console version, free content awaits, nonetheless. Tsujimoto promised that free updates would hit all versions of Monster Hunter: World following its January launch, which will offer new monsters, among other things.

For the full developer update, check out the video below.

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