It has been an exciting week for the Monster Hunter World community after Capcom unleashed a barrage of details pertaining to the events scheduled for the month of August. First of which was the reveal of the PC version's official launch date (August 9, 2018) which was then followed by the reveal of the game's highly anticipated collaboration between Final Fantasy XIV a couple of days later. And what better way to close the week with yet another surprise.
Showcased during the Monster Hunter: World Hunting Kanshasai / Championship Finals 2018 event in Japan earlier today is the first gameplay footage of the previously announced collaboration with Final Fantasy XIV. A team of hunters made up of the Director/Producer of Final Fantasy XIV together with the Producer, Executive Director, and Director of Monster Hunter World can be seen in the video initiating the first-ever hunt for the legendary Behemoth.
Aside from the new footage, a limited PS4 bundle called the "Monster Hunter World Value Pack" scheduled to launch on July 26 with a price tag of 32,980 yen was also revealed for the Japanese market. The bundle includes a 500 GB PS4 Console, 1 DualShock 4 wireless controller, 1 Monster Hunter: World for PlayStation 4 standard edition, a 64-page Monster Hunter: World Walkthrough Handbook, PlayStation Plus one month free trial, Monoaural headset, Power cord, HDMI cable, USB cable, and complete Printed matter.
Then on August 2, a "Best Price" discount will go live dropping the Digital Version's price down to 4,620 yen, the digital deluxe version to 5,546 yen, and the physical/retail version to 4,990 yen. Monster Hunter World is currently available for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and soon for the PC. Check out the footage below for more information and s6tay tuned for more gaming news and updates.
"MHW X FFXIV Gameplay Footage"
Source: CapcomChannel, DualShockers