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Monster Hunter: World Gets Assassin’s Creed Event

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Monster Hunter: World Gets Assassin’s Creed Event

Yesterday Capcom released a trailer for a new crossover event for Monster Hunter: World, an Assassin’s Creed-themed updated called “SDF: Silent, Deadly, and Fierce. is available now until January 10 for Xbox One and PS4, PC players will have to wait a few days to get this update.

Here is the official description from Capcom:

Fight against a group of nimble, fierce, and impetuous monsters to earn Senu’s Feather. Don the Bayek Layered Armor and the specialized tool Assassin’s Hood, and maybe you’ll get a taste of the Assassin life from Assassin’s Creed.

Check this trailer down below:

“The “SDF: Silent, Deadly, and Fierce” event, which lasts until January 10, has players facing off against “nimble, fierce, and impetuous monsters” to earn Senu’s Feather. The event features a new armor that makes players look like Bayek from Assassin’s Creed Origins, and the Assassin’s Hood tool, which resembles the outfit Ezio wore in Assassin’s Creed II and grants additional damage when attacking monsters out of stealth, as well as additional movement speed while running, climbing, and crouch-running.”

Recently Monster Hunter World also announced a collaboration with The Witcher 3 read below the official announcement:

Members of the Research Commission welcome Geralt of Rivia, the protagonist from the Witcher series to the New World. Enjoy brand new quests with a unique flavor, blending the RPG mechanics of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt with Monster Hunter: World’s game systems to present a whole new gameplay experience to fans of both series.

We’ve been creating the content in close cooperation with the developers at CD PROJEKT RED. Geralt of Rivia’s VO has been recorded by the original voice actor just for this collaboration to ensure it provides truly new content. The trailer only contains the English VO, but you can change the settings to French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese or Monster Hunter language in the game.

Read the full article at – Game Informer.

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