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Monster Hunter World will receive a lot of content after launch

Earlier this year, Ryozo Tsujimoto promised that the upcoming Monster Hunter World adventure, the first on PC, will enjoy free post-launch updates. Now, the game's manufacturer has revealed that these updates will contain ...

A curious collaboration for Monster Hunter World

During the Playstation Experience event, which aired today, it revealed a new trailer for Monster Hunter World, and with it a special collaboration with Mega Man, another very famous Capcom series. 2018, among ...
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Monster Hunter: World - Beta for Playstation Plus

The Monster Hunter: World beta for Playstation 9 will be released on Saturday 4 December, only for Playstation Plus owners, and will be available until Tuesday 12th.

A new gameplay dedicated to Monster Hunter: World

A new video dedicated to Monster Hunter World has been released. The videos show the play action of the crossbows against various monsters, characters and customization of the Felyne. The first video focuses more on ...

Monster Hunter World will not have loot boxes

According to three members of the Capcom team, Monster Hunter World will not introduce a system of loot boxes. The claim may seem surprising, for a hunting game where the crafting system is at the same ...

Monster Hunter World DLCs will be free of charge

Lately we have lashed out against online paid services and also against the gaming industry that makes money on the pockets of players with paid DLC (not so much with those that offer extra content, but more ...

IGN EXPO 2021- Inkulinati, the title is expected to arrive in ...

During the IGN EXPO 2021, the publisher Daedelic Entertainment in collaboration with the development studio Yaza Games, unveiled the arrival of an interesting novelty in the ...

IGN EXPO 2021 - Martha is Dead, presented the Italian title

The Summer of gaming never ceases to amaze us with the new releases coming soon to the videogame market. During the IGN panel, ...

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