Console players have been chasing gigantic monsters around the globe on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One since the beginning of the year. The PC version of Monster Hunter: World by Capcom has been available on the Steam gaming platform since August 09th. Starting today, all those players who like Monster Hunter: World for the PC as a physical box on their shelves can go on a monster hunt. The popular video game is now available in stores as PC-DVD.
The Journey of the Elders of Dragons
Monster Hunter: World has developed into a gold mine for publisher Capcom. The video game is considered the best-selling title in the company's history. Went over 8 million times Monster Hunter: World for PS4, Xbox One and as a digital download on Steam over the counter. At least as many fans hunt - more or less regularly - gigantic monsters, form groups or simply follow the main story of the game. The focus of Monster Hunter: World is on the exciting battles against various larger than life monsters. The monster hunts are embedded in visually impressive, living ecosystems. Alone or with up to three companions, players go on the hunt.
Monster Hunter is a video game series, the first title of which was released in 2004 in Japan and a year later in Germany. The brand, originally developed exclusively for Nintendo systems, has established itself on other end devices over the years and is now one of the most successful video games from the Japanese video game developer and publisher Capcom. Capcom is known for popular gaming series such as Resident Evil, Devil May Cry and Street Fighter.
If you want to know how good the action adventure from Capcom actually is, you should read ours Game test too Monster Hunter: World for Xbox One.
From today is Monster Hunter: World in der PC version as a box* available in the stores. The RRP is currently around 59,99 euros. This means that the sales figures are likely to increase significantly again.
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