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The Witcher 3-Monster Hunter World Collaboration Confirmed

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The Witcher 3-Monster Hunter World Collaboration Confirmed

February will be a great month for Monster Hunter World fans as a big free update will take place on PlayStation 4 and Xbox one, together with a special event that will feature a collaboration of The Witcher 3.

This was confirmed by Capcom recently after being announced last month, no additional details where shared at this moment.

This special event is going to bring some changes to the typical Monster Hunter formula, as it will introduce additional role-playing games elements, according to producer Ryozo Tsujimoto.

The quest for this collaboration is really unique because it mixes Monster Hunter: World gameplay along with the RPG elements of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to create a really fresh experience we think is going to appeal to fans of both series. You’ll see that coming early in 2019. We couldn’t have done it, of course, without the close collaboration of CD Projekt Red. We’re still working with them right now on the content and I think you’re really going to enjoy it.

In Monster Hunter: World players follows the journey of the elder dragons as they begin their once a decade migration across the sea to a land known as the New World in an event referred to by inhabitants as the Elder Crossing. As part of the Guild’s Research Commission, players must embark on a grand journey to this massive, mysterious land and uncover the secrets behind this phenomenon. As hunters set out on their quests, the Commission’s sights are set on Zorah Magdaros, a colossal elder dragon that rises from the earth like a volcano.

Read the full article at – WCCFTech.

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