Capcom explains "extra work" behind Monster Hunter World PC delay


"The idea is that there's a harmony in the four players going out and you're going to get on well together", Tsujimoto told Trusted Reviews.

Taking all of this into account, it looks as if Monster Hunter World's development team has carefully considered the arguments for and against microtransaction systems, and wound up erring on the side of players who are simply exhausted of the practice. Game producer Ryozo Tsujimoto hears these concerns, but he also makes some good points about Capcom made this decision.

With many newcomers to the series soon to be joining the online servers, a group of Monster Hunter veterans have created a support group called Adopt-a-Hunter. There are absolutely no plans, it's not in the game where you can get your random crate or random loot box and get a great item or great weapon. Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto explained exactly why the delay was necessary.

Tsujimoto also pointed out that even when you exclude the work needed to make the PC port run well, there's also the matter of matchmaking and other services provided by PSN, and Xbox Live that Capcom will need to have a replacement for on PC. We will be deep into the game to bring you all the guides we can, so be sure to keep an eye on the site for all your Monster Hunting needs.

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'We want you to go in and, through gameplay, find out what's causing you to hit this hurdle and figure it out. It doesn't make any sense. Whenever you get over that hurdle by yourself, it's such a great feeling, why would we let you skip that just to make a bit of extra money?

Given the average requirements of modern games, which can easily reach up to 100 GB and above, nearly any gamer will be able to afford the installation of the Monster Hunter World after purchase, without fear of lack of free space on the HDD. "There's no way we would interrupt that flow".

With several new and returning beasts, Monster Hunter: World is set to be an insane challenge for new and experienced gamers alike.