I think its safe to say that after launching Monster Hunter World, Capcom has never downgraded in case of quality for its released games and titles so far. Just look at its jaw-dropping line-up in 2019 with Resident Evil 2 Remake coming in January and selling more than 5 million copies and after that Devil May Cry 5 dominating the stores with more than 2 million units in sales so far. Also, don’t forget the epic review scores for both games that made Capcom great again.
Launched in early months of 2018, Monster Hunter World delivered an enjoyable co-op experience in beating up monsters and taking them down with pre-designed plans, and surprisingly it achieved The Best Role-Playing Game award in The Game Awards 2018, while managed to keep its players in the game so far and most recently during the latest State of Play stream, the developer announced Iceborne as the new DLC for the game.
With all these successes during the past 16 months as of the game’s launch, now Capcom and Sony have revealed that Monster Hunter World will be available for free on PS4 from now to May 20. Although its not the full version of the game, you still have access to almost whole story-driven part of the game and along with that, online multiplayer mode is available too. However, you are only allowed to upgrade up to Hunter 4 rank in-game.
If you haven’t played Monster Hunter World so far, don’t miss the chance to try it out, as the possibility for not enjoying the game is so close to zero.