Monster Hunter: World has been a huge hit for Capcom; the lauded entry in the long-running series has shipped over 8 million copies since its January release, making it the best-selling game in the company’s history. While much of that success has been attributed to the series finally returning to consoles, Capcom also pledged to bring Monster Hunter: World to PC – and it turns out it’s coming sooner than expected.
Today Capcom announced that Monster Hunter: World releases on PC on August 9 via Steam. Unlike many PC ports, Monster Hunter: World will still cost the full $60; a $70 deluxe version is also available, and contains some extra armor sets, gestures, and other cosmetics. The PC version features 4K support along with a host of new graphics settings, as well as controller support. You can check out the full minimum and recommended specs at Capcom Unity, or check out the spiffy new trailer below.
[Source: Capcom Unity]
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Monster Hunter: World Coming To PC Sooner Than Expected