Monster Hunter: World To Be Playable At Tokyo Game Show 2017

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Capcom revealed that their upcoming PS4, Xbox One, and PC action RPG, Monster Hunter: World, will be playable at this year’s Tokyo Game Show.

 

This will be the first time in Japan that Monster Hunter: World will be playable to the public, but spots will be limited and Capcom even has priority tickets that members of the Monster Hunter official fan club can win. Those of you interested can check out more on the campaign here.

 

Monster Hunter: World releases in early 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and later for PC. You can check out its latest gameplay footage in our previous report. Those attending Gamescom 2017 next week will get to try it out as well.


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