Capcom Working on PC Port of Monster Hunter: World

A PC release of Monster Hunter: World could drop before the end of 2018. 

Capcom recently announced their intend to release a Windows PC version of Monster Hunter: World before the end of 2018. According to producer Ryozo Tsujimoto, the game’s developers are already hard at work on the PC port.

While the news is certainly exciting, Capcom has yet to provide additional clarification on Monster Hunter: World's PC release window. This makes it hard to predict exactly when in 2018 the game will be made available for PC users. As such, it's possible gamers will have to wait months after the title's console release later this month.

Meanwhile, the Monster Hunter Twitter accounted tweeted out a statement that the game is being "optimized" for PC, but failed to provide details on what these optimizations include.

As of right now, Monster Hunter: World is set to release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26th. Following release, players can expect free post-release content including new monsters and new quests.

For more on Monster Hunter: World, click here to check out the game’s official website. What are your thoughts on the upcoming PC port of Monster Hunter: World? Let us know down in the comments below!

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