Showing posts with label Monster Hunter: World. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Monster Hunter: World. Show all posts

Monday, July 16, 2018

Monster Hunter: World Comes to Final Fantasy XIV

Monster Hunter: World's legendary Rathalos is crossing over with Final Fantasy XIV in upcoming event.

Back in February 2018, Capcom's action role-playing game Monster Hunter: World had a crossover with action role-playing Horizon Zero Dawn from Guerrilla Games and fans had a great time playing it. Another company-wide collaboration event is on the way with publisher Square Enix as the game will enter the massively multiplayer online role-playing world of Final Fantasy XIV. Both worlds from these two games will soon collide on August 7 and the latter will take on in.

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Monster Hunter: World Comes to Final Fantasy XIV

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A brand-new trailer showcases highlighted features of this exciting collaboration event between two fan-favorite titles and you can check it out right below.




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Each game will have a guest monster appearing from the other for epic confrontation that offers some sweet rewards. Players of Final Fantasy XIV will be taking on legendary beast Rathalos from MHW in a quest called The Great Hunt. Taking down Rathalos will earn you a unique armor set and a mount themed on the monster. There is a standard challenge in The Great Hunt, which allows up to eight players and the extreme one lets only four to take part in facing him.

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Prepare for The Great Hunt

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Players are to complete Stormblood expansion's main scenario and reach level 70 before they can access this brand-new content of update 4.36. Aside from gear and cosmetics, the patch includes Palico and Poogie minions. Behemoth from FFXIV will invade the world of Monster Hunter on August 1st, for them to try and take him down. This is a great idea for crossover because both of these Japanese RPGs have giant beast boss battles and they even share a similar visual style.

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New BBQ Spit

RELATED: Monster Hunter: World PC Release Date

Released in January 26 of this year for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Monster Hunter: World has been one of the greatest success for publisher so far. Just as they promised to arrange some crossover events with other popular titles, Capcom has already done that by tying-in with first -party games Devil May Cry, Mega Man and Street Fighter as well as Horizon Zero Dawn, which was a third-party release. Also, the game will be making its PC debut on August 9, two days after the update drops.

Monday, July 9, 2018

Monster Hunter: World PC Release Date

PC port for Capcom's action RPG Monster Hunter: World will debut a bit earlier than originally planned.

As part of Capcom's action role-playing Monster Hunter game series, Monster Hunter: World was released on January 2018, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One after initially announced back at E3 2017. A PC release has been most anticipating this year during this fall, which marks the date to September. However, the game is finally coming to PC earlier than expected and that is August 9, according to a recently released official trailer.

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Monster Hunter: World PC Release Date

RELATED: Monster Hunter: World Becomes Capcom’s Best-Selling Game Ever

PC version of Monster Hunter: World hits Steam this August, which is quite earlier than the expected time previously announced and a trailer is here to confirm that.




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MHW is the first game from the main franchise to make its way to this platform after selling over eight million copies on consoles within six months. Capcom also announces that various post-launch contents will be dropped for this version of the game sooner, which includes the likes of monsters Deviljho and Lunastra. Impatient fans can now get their hands on the game a month earlier than expected and can also pre-order their copy to ensure a few in-game bonuses on launch.

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Monster Hunter: World Graphics Settings

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With the debut of its PC port, co-op boss fight game Monster Hunter: World steps into all major platform for gaming, except the current handheld console sensation Nintendo Switch. Reportedly, MHW can run in 4K at 60 FPS if you have the proper hardware to back it up or just tweak a small number of options to get the best performance according to your available specs. A minimum equivalent of Intel Core i5 processor is needed alongside Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 and 8 GB RAM.

Monday, March 5, 2018

Monster Hunter: World Becomes Capcom’s Best-Selling Game Ever

Capcom’s action role-playing Monster Hunter game series has released their sixth main installment Monster Hunter: World on January 26, 2018 and over a period of a month since its release, the game broke another record. The series debuted back in 2004 with sending players off to kill monsters across mythological territories. While hunting monsters and scavenging their remains is fun, the game brought more joys for the creators.

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Monster Hunter: World Becomes Capcom’s Best-Selling Game

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Not only Monster Hunter: World became one of the fastest-selling game on the history of developer Capcom but the game has now created another record by becoming Capcom’s best-selling video game ever. As off till now, the game has been shipped a whooping 7.5 million copies already and if the warming period is like that, the game is in for an undisputed long run. Digital downloads has also taken to accounts of that impressive number by Capcom.

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We must also include that those 7.5 million copies are not yet sold, they are just shipped. Another interesting fact we need to address is that this very impressive record was mounted from just the sales of PlayStation 4 and XBox One. Now, the game is still awaiting its PC release and if the console sales alone can do that, we sure can bet that there is more to come as it has done the unthinkable even before the chance to get released on all platforms.

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Although, developer/publisher Capcom is known for immensely successful video game series like Resident Evil and Street Fighter, looks like Monster Hunter: World is adding one more franchise to the list. The record for the company's best-selling game ever was previously held by survival horror game Resident Evil 5, which was sold 7.3 million copies worldwide. Monster Hunter: World did a fantastic job reaching out a broader Western audience while remaining true to the core.

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The PC version release of Monster Hunter: World seems to be dated later at some point of this year. Capcom initially ran grand promotional campaign worldwide to reach out to the fan-base of Japan and overseas markets. Apparently, film director Paul W.S. Anderson (Alien Vs. Predator, Resident Evil) is involved in the pre-production of a Monster Hunter movie adaption on Capcom’s long-running series.

Saturday, January 27, 2018

PlayStation Network is Facing Issues! Again!

Players around the world are facing issues on the PlayStation Network again for the third time within the last three days. We are not saying that people are going for an outrage here but services that are linked to gaming and social media are “experiencing issues” as per the status page of PlayStation Network. They are working on the case to resolve it as soon as possible and patience from the fans will be much appreciated.

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PlayStation Network is Facing Issues! Again!

If the problem was regarding PlayStation Video, PlayStation Now or any other services, then the players would've normally ignored it for the time being. Since, the issue was messing with the online features of the gaming and social, people couldn't help it but getting a little concerned here. Most of the gamers were forced to play offline because of the problem as they couldn't connect to the online services of PSN.

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PlayStation’s Twitter handle for helping with issues @AskPlayStation also tweeted on how to access to the PlayStation Network for those who are still trying.



The service page for PlayStation Network did acknowledge this and quickly acted towards a solution for it. The problems arose nearing this Friday noon, the very day when two major titles were about to be released; Dragon Ball FighterZ and Monster Hunter: World. Many were also expressing concerns when they weren't being able to play the newly arrived Monster Hunter: World on PlayStation 4 but then it was revealed that the game was having same trouble on Xbox One as well.

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Most of the games, applications and online features were having issues launching during the disruption period. Different countries and regions also experienced the downed services and PSN reached out to them all with their status announcement on site and Twitter. This means, it was a widespread PSN issue and not just some minor interruption on limited area. Hopefully, the service page of PlayStation Network will post an update as soon as they fix the issue for good.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

PlayStation Plus Free Games For December 2017

Many of the PlayStation Plus members were a bit bored with the previous lineup of November 2017 was a bit dull compared to the past few months of games. We agree too. Perhaps Sony realizes this and planned a series of action-packed games for the free PS Plus games lineup for December to keep you going all month.

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PlayStation Plus Free Games For December 2017

Since we already told you that December 2017 promises you an action-packed gaming experience it would be only fair if you can get your hands on a game like Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition. The next big thing on the list is Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends. Below is a clip to give you guys a good look at what's packing for the upcoming month.




Before we go deep with it, let's take a quick glance at the additional lineup for December 2017 free games on PlayStation Plus.

  • Syberia Collection (PlayStation 3)
  • Xblaze Lost: Memories (PlayStation 3)
  • Forma.8, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4)
  • Wanted Corp (PlayStation Vita)

The very first game that the PlayStation Plus members as they were given free access to is Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition. You play as one of the legendary Four Horsemen; Death and as he is the most feared among them all, you will go on a journey of hacking and slashing your enemies in an apocalyptic world. Plus, graphics has been updated and you are getting all the DLC included with the game.

The next game in the line is Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends. You can enter and explore the Kung Fu Panda universe with legendary dragon warrior Po and his friends, the "Furious Five". This game belongs to the fighting game genre, so it got action, some light vibe of comedy and it would be a perfect game to enjoy with your friends and family during this holiday season.




Now, we got a friendly reminder for all the PlayStation Plus members out there that there is also a bonus PlayStation VR game for you, which is Until Dawn: Rush of Blood. This survival horror arcade shooter is still available and will be till January 2 in U.S., Canada and Latin America only you have a PS Plus subscription. In VR, as you blast through a horde of scary enemies, they are also about to get you at times for sure. So, if you still haven't already, then download it right now.




PlayStation Plus subscribers have one more dig at an upcoming release which is Monster Hunter: World. Being fifth installment of the series, the game is scheduled for a 2018 release but with your PlayStation Plus membership you can easily access the right to hunt December 9 to December 12.

You can also get a grab at Smite PlayStation Plus Pack consisting 20 Gods, 31 Skins and Voice Packs absolutely FREE from December 12 to January 9! Hope that was enough to make up for November lineup and will keep you going for the year till 2018. So, keep playing!