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‘Monster Hunter: World’ Announced at E3 2017, More Info Released by Devs on PlayStation Live

It has been a long, long time since I’ve spent any time with Monster Hunter. I haven’t touched the series since the original’s release in 2004 for PS2, but now I’m severely regretting that oversight.

Monster Hunter: World was announced at E3 2017, and it looks as beautiful as it is ambitious in gameplay. There are no longer any loading screens—seamless transitions are everywhere, keeping the world open and inviting. Well, as inviting as life-threatening, dinosaur-ravaged lands can be. Drop-in multiplayer allows your friends to hop in midway through quests (if help is required [it will be]), servers from both Japanese and western origins will finally be merged, complete with a simultaneous worldwide release.

Everyone’s in this together.Check out the announcement trailer up above, the head down below to get a few more

Check out the announcement trailer up above, then head down below to get a hefty amount of juicy details on Monster Hunter: World. Watching all this gameplay will surely make the wait til 2018 easier.

Watching all this gameplay will surely make the wait til 2018 easier.

Watching all this gameplay will surely make the wait til 2018 easier.

…Damn it.

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Zachery Bennett

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Zach's eternal preoccupation with video games became cemented at an early age. His first memorable journey away from reality began with a text-based Football game on a dirty Apple II; he's chased fantasy ever since. Having took English classes as electives in college, Zach decided to pull the trigger on a merger between the two obsessions.