Monster Hunter: World Dev Interview Shines Light On The Latest Hunt

Capcom’s Ryozo Tsujimoto and Kaname Fujioka help hunters prepare for Monster Hunter: World in new developer interview
Monster Hunter: World

Following a successful showing of the studio’s next entry in the critically acclaimed Monster Hunter series, Capcom has released a developer interview from the show floor detailing what players will find in Monster Hunter: World, set to stalk its way onto the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One early next year. The game is also slated to make its way to the PC shortly after its console release.

In the video interview, Monster Hunter series Producer, Ryozo Tsujimoto and Executive Director Kaname Fujioka discuss the game’s living, breathing world, as well as new features found in the latest installment. One of the more interesting additions are Scoutflies, insects that help track the scent of your target or gatherable items like tiny, winged bloodhounds. Of course, we also get a good look at a few of the towering monsters you’ll be hunting when the game releases next year.

Take a look at the Monster Hunter: World developer diary for yourself below:

Will you be joining the next hunt when Monster Hunter: World releases next year? If so, which platform will you be stalking your prey on? Let us know in the comments section.

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