Monster Hunter: World Trailer Reveals Worldwide Release Date

The highly anticipated next entry in Capcom's popular series will be released in January.

At Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference, it was revealed that Monster Hunter: World -- the newest entry in Capcom's popular Monster Hunter franchise -- will be released worldwide for PlayStation 4 on January 26, 2018.

Those who pre-order the game will receive the Origin Set Armor and the Fair Wind Charm Talisman, and those who pre-order through the PlayStation store will receive a custom theme as an additional bonus. Additionally, the game will also have a Digital Deluxe Edition and a special Collector's Edition.

The $69.99 Digital Deluxe Edition will include: 

  • A digital copy of the game
  • A Samurai Set skin
  • Three gestures
  • Two sticker sets
  • An additional face paint and hair style option for the hunter
  • 14 weapon-themed PlayStation 4 exclusive PSN avatars

These bonuses will also be available for purchase for those fans who pre-ordered the game elsewhere on January 26.

The $149.99 Special Collector's Edition will include: 

  • A physical copy of the game
  • A voucher for the additional customizable options from the Digital Deluxe Edition 
  • A 32-page hardcover art book
  • A high-quality flagship monster statue
  • A digital soundtrack code

In Japan, there will also be a special Liolaeus (Rathalos) Edition PlayStation 4 Pro released on December 7 for 49,980 yen (about  $447 USD). This exclusive console will include:

  • One terabyte hard drive
  • Special DualShock 4 controller
  • Digital copy of Monster Hunter: World
  • Special PS4 theme
  • Two months of PlayStation Plus
  • Special collector's box

It is currently unknown if this special edition console will be released outside of Japan.

Monster Hunter: World will release worldwide for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26, 2018, with a PC release at a later date. The flagship monster (aka the monster featured on the cover of the game) will be the newly introduced Nergigante in Japan and the already well-known Rathalos in the West.

Published Sep. 19th 2017

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