Monster Hunter: World PC Version Scheduled for Fall 2018

Monster Hunter: World PC Version Scheduled for Fall 2018

Capcom is aiming for an autumn 2018 release for the PC version of Monster Hunter: World

Monster Hunter: World might be coming out in January on consoles, but Capcom has finally revealed that the PC version of the game will arrive much later during Fall 2018.

Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto gave an update on the PC version of Monster Hunter: World via Twitter. "As for the PC version, we're working hard on it right now, and aiming for an autumn 2018 release." He added that more details will arrive at a later time, presumably near or after the console launch.

Console players who pick up Monster Hunter: World will also receive free updates like new monsters to hunt as part of the game's post-launch roadmap.

Monster Hunter: World comes out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26. As a reminder, only the PlayStation 4 version of the game will be available in Japan.

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