Capcom Reveals Monster Hunter World Release Date, Game Editions, and Pre-Order Details (VIDEO)

During this year’s Tokyo Game Show, Capcom reveals the Monster Hunter World release date, a variety of editions for the game, pre-order bonuses, and an awe-inspiring new trailer to top it all off which can be seen below. The highly anticipated release of a non handheld version of the Monster Hunter experience arrives January 26th, 2018 for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, and a PC release is expected at a later date. During TGS 2017, Capcom not only announced the aforementioned global debut, but Sony even showcased a Monster Hunter World themed edition of the PS4 Pro, the “Liolaeus Edition”.

For those looking for something a bit more tangible and collectible, there’s the $150 price tag for a physical collector’s edition of MHW for both the Xbox One and PS4. For those of whom pre-order the game, there’s a limited edition bonus included for all versions of the game bought and it features the Origin Armor set that gives a shout-out to past installments of the franchise. There’s also the Fair Wind charm, an equippable item that increases the player’s attack power, which gives players a chance of reduced damage taken during combat, as well as a dope visual effect that makes your character glow. Already stoked for the Monster Hunter World release? Take a gander below to weigh out your buying options:

Monster Hunter World Editions

Collector’s Edition

  • Deluxe Kit
    • Samurai Set (pictured below)
    • 3 additional gestures (Zen, Ninja Star, and Sumo Slap)
    • 2 additional stick sets (MH All-Stars Set and Sir Loin Set)
    • 1 additional face-paint “Wyvern”
    • 1 additional hairstyle “Topknot”
  • Nergigante figure
  • Monster Hunter World special soundtrack download code (10 tracks)
  • Monster Hunter World artbook titled “Monster Designs”
  • Pre-order bonus available

Digital Deluxe Edition

  • Monster Hunter World game
  • Deluxe Kit:
    • Samurai Set (pictured below)
    • 3 additional gestures (Zen, Ninja Star, and Sumo Slap)
    • 2 additional stick sets (MH All-Stars Set and Sir Loin Set)
    • 1 additional face-paint “Wyvern”
    • 1 additional hairstyle “Topknot”
  • Pre-order bonus available

Standard (Available via download or physical copy)

  • Monster Hunter World game
  • Pre-order bonus available

If you’re debating on which console you’re going to get it on, each game edition is nearly identical. The only differentiation can be made when you pre-order MHW via the PlayStation store that gives players a sweet homepage and function screen. There’s additional Digital Deluxe bonus exclusively for the PS4, which gives owners 14 avatars based on the 14 weapons. You’re not missing out on much with whichever platform you purchase the game for. For a visual take on the items listed above, sift through a gallery below. There’s also a peek at the Liolaeus Edition of the PS4 Pro.

So, gamers, are you glad to finally hear a Monster Hunter World release date? What are your thoughts on the content and information available on it thus far? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below or start a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers official Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as they happen, follow us on Twitter! Here are some of our latest:

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