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Monster Hunter: World In Monster Hunter: World you assume the role of a hunter venturing to a new continent where you track down and slay ferocious beasts in heart-pounding battles. This new land and its diverse inhabitants play a critical role in each quest as you strategically use the surrounding environmentIn Monster Hunter: World you assume the role of a hunter venturing to a new continent where you track down and slay ferocious beasts in heart-pounding battles. This new land and its diverse inhabitants play a critical role in each quest as you strategically use the surrounding environment including terrain, vegetation and wildlife to your advantage in battle or become hindered by the hazards they present. As a hunter, you must use your cunning and expertise to track and maneuver your targets throughout the intense, evolving battles. [Capcom]… Expand
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 89 / 100
User rating
Downloads 97
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG
Players Up to 4
Company / Developer
Capcom / Capcom
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Monster Hunter: World reviews ( 6 )

Jaden0502, Aug9, 2018

This beautifully implemented port is a perfect PC introduction to the joys of Monster Hunter ! My Gametime will reach 24h for every day !!! Lets Hunt !!!

ZePieMan, Aug 13, 2018

So firstly I'd like to say this is my first Monster Hunter Game I've played and I would just like to say that I love it already! One thing i'd like to address asap that I noticed about low score reviews on here, is that they really, REALLY dislike the animations of your characters during fighting, and think of it as clunky. well, fun fact, that's because its SUPPOSED to be. unlike your typical multi-weapon based game, weapons in MH:W aren't made of paper and plastic and you can't just fling a sword thrice as big as you like it doesn't weigh anything. battles are HECTIC, with environmental traps and places to use a grappling hook for quick mobility, and at all times during a battle you'll be thinking on your feet. However, this game isn't a hack-and-slash where you can just button mash and expect things to die, you have to plan your strikes(and positioning if you're using a ranged weapon) before you make them or you'll be punished for attacking in the wrong way at the wrong time. Bows for example let you run around pretty well and let you stay agile, while a lance-and-shield will make you extremely sluggish but will allow you to take extremely minimal damage while blocking, and I LOVE this system, to many games I have played where you can just button mash and things die without even being in the Hack-And-Slash genre, its refreshing to play this. The maps look beautiful and vibrant, and of course, so do the monsters! speaking of the monsters, I found the adaptive AI really awesome, especially during a few instances so far of 1 monster attacking another monster I'm currently fighting, which is something that is completely unscripted. Now, I do have some gripes with the game, Which is why im not giving it a 10, which, I agree with low score reviews, the game is pretty poorly optimized. I have a 1070Ti (overclocked as high as I could take it safely I might add) with a Ryzen 2700x OC'd CPU, and this game still can not reliably hit 60 fps without me turning some settings down a little unless I'm in a very open area without a lot of density, or i'm in non-busy floors of the main hub area. during gameplay I'm looking at around 50-65 fps with lows as bad as 40, but, highs reaching the high 70's. Hopefully some patches get released that will get this game "unchugged". I also don't enjoy the lack of depth to character creation, but I understand that certain aspects (such as size and body type) could cause some issues of game balance if they were to have immersive gameplay effects such as someone overweight moving slower than a fit body type, or a short character being much harder for the monsters to hit if their hitbox was also reduced to fit their height. all in all, the game so far is very enjoyable for me, and as someone that's always been on the low end hardware side of life for the last 20 or so years, and only just now finally getting a beefy PC, turning down a few settings to get the game at a stable 60 frames isn't the end of the world for me. on a completely unrelated note, I did notice some people saying the Co-op is unstable. I've done a LOT of hunts so far, and with those, I did the majority single-player, I will admit to that. However every single multiplayer session i've done has had no issues whatsoever, but, I'm, speaking for myself, I'd say try the game out, try to rush through the tutorial as fast as you can with the default character model(you can have up to 3 character profiles at once and can just delete the profile after) so you can do the multiplayer as soon as possible to see if it gives you issues. if you enjoy the game when doing your first quest tutorial, and there are no problems with multiplayer, delete that profile or just begin a new game and take your time with that profile, and have fun :)

nitorita, Sep3, 2018

I'm a casual gamer and this is the only game in the series I've ever played. I skimmed through the negative reviews and I agree with the problems that the game has, but I feel that the scores are unfair and don't put consideration into the gameplay itself. Therefore, read on if you want a genuine review on what the game feels like, and what you should be aware of before you try the game out. First off, the game is best enjoyed solo or with the SOS Flare multiplayer feature. Multiplayer is similar to Vermintide 2 where you can have up to a four players on a single quest. Unfortunately, the matchmaking system is busted for reasons others have already elaborated on, so if you want co-op, either play with your friends or use the SOS Flare feature in game. Always start the game offline to begin with (i.e. create your own server), and then join others later via SOS or the filter servers option. If you attempt to use the matchmaker at the main menu, the game might get stuck for a long time. MHW is an action RPG where you go around killing bosses. The weapons are balanced insanely well so that you'll never overpower any boss by farming and building up your character, and high level players won't be able to do the same either when they join your game. I liked the way this was designed. The SOS Flare system is absolute genius because it allows you to easily find bosses you're looking for to farm or to open up your game for people to join without any difficulty. Overall, the game is somewhat easy because the boss AI isn't amazing (definitely not Dark Souls level) and you have several lives and a copious amount of time to complete each quest. Sadly, bosses have insane health pools which make it a chore to peashoot them to death. Each boss takes at least 15 minutes to kill solo, or half the time if you do co-op. The game becomes more entertaining once you unlock the High Rank quests, so I suggest that you don't spend too much time doing sides until you've unlocked them. Aesthetically, the game looks pleasing (if you can look past the poor optimization and the need to lower the graphics), and story-wise the game has a pretty good one. The game definitely goes at your own pace and is catered for casuals. Ultimately, as long as you can look past the counter-intuitive multiplayer system, you'll find that the game is a nice way to burn a few hours whenever you're bored. If you find the keyboard and mouse controls janky, just use a controller. I give the game a 7 for "not quite there yet because it has its feed of problems but not bad if you can look past them."

SLTYSPTOON, Mar 29, 2020

Honestly this game isn't very fun because of the clunky combat system and boring encounters. The combat system is probably the worst experience I've ever had, it's so clunky and every single time you miss it takes like 5 seconds to hit the monster again (and this is with a semi-fast weapon). The monsters are so mobile and the character just seems like a sloth in comparison making for an irritating experience. Also every single monster is different but it doesn't feel like it. The attacks are almost all the same (except for one elemental thing that the monster barely uses) and the way the monsters react are the same: you hit it a ton, it runs away and rinse and repeat until it's dead (except for the rare boss monster encounters). Also you know that fun weapon and gear grinding! Yeah, it's pretty much useless because the game gives you the most OP gear to begin with (except for the weapons which are still decent) and it will take forever to find gear/weapons that are better than the ones you start out with. And possibly the worst thing of all is the fact that the game barely lets you explore the open world that the game has to offer and even if we were able to the linearity of the world and clunkines of the movement and combat in game makes it more like an annoying obstacle you want to get over with and just find the monster you need to fight (and do it all over again when you die). There's such a beautiful open world and the game doesn't take advantage of it. Why can't we just explore the world and find monsters and hunt them along the way instead of being so limited. Luckily the graphics are gorgeous and the story is great so I will give it a 5/10 (which is still kind of bad). It was just not what I was expecting and after coming from breath of the wild on the switch with amazing fluid combat, a beautiful open world taken advantage of and amazing graphics. I don't think this game should be exactly like breath of the wild, I just wish it had fluid combat and an open world taken advantage of like breath of the wild. Just don't buy until they fix these issues.

Nexitt, Oct1, 2019

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Archemer, Apr 27, 2020

With poor hotboxes, poor drop rates, a poor and buggy port to pc, memory leaks, and tedious (unskippable) cutscenes with varied (unexplained) limitations on multiplayer experience the Monster Hunter World title can somehow make fighting (and defeating) a giant Elder Dragon feel like an unrewarding chore.