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Monster Hunter: World Showcases Single-Player Gameplay At Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong 2017



Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong 2017 takes place this weekend and Capcom shared the latest footage of Monster Hunter: World with a look at some single-player gameplay.


The single-player demo that was shown at Hong Kong is the same demo from E3 2017, where we get to see some new actions as well as the Great Jagras, Anjanath, and Rathalos.


Monster Hunter series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto, who presented the game at the event, also revealed that the game will get Chinese subtitles via free update. In case you missed it, Capcom also shared a look at overview videos for all 14 weapon types, which you can check out in our earlier report.


Monster Hunter: World releases in early 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and later for PC.

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