Several days ago, Capcom invited Monster Hunter World fans to tour the forthcoming action role-playing game's Coral Highlands by releasing a gameplay trailer that detailed the area's ocean-like designs and its flying wyvern creatures Paulumu and Legiana. Anticipation is high for the game's release, and this console is flawless for collectors and Monster Hunter fans making the move to PS4 alike. Despite some initial surprises about the small Monster Hunter World file size for the download at launch, a meaty day-one update is expected.
Monster Hunter: World is the biggest game yet in the beloved series, and we're ready to celebrate with an fantastic new Limited Edition PS4 Pro Bundle available for $449.99 USD (MSRP) exclusively at GameStop on January 26.
While the Monster Hunter: World bundle will be a limited-time item, it sounds like the Glacier White PS4 Pro is here to stay.
You can see it for yourself by checking out the gallery below.
Monster Hunter: World sees players take on the role of a hunter that completes various quests to hunt and slay monsters within a lively living and breathing eco-system full of predators and prey.
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