Console players are eagerly awaiting the launch of Monster Hunter World that is set to launch end of this month, January 26. In the month of December, PlayStation 4 players were lucky enough to get the chance to experience the game first in the beta test. Since then, players from Xbox and PC has been asking for a turn at it. Well, there’s still no beta just yet for PC players. However, we do have information on Monster Hunter World PC release window.
Ryozo Tsujimoto, the producer himself, revealed today that the PC version is currently being optimized. It is important to note that there isn’t a release date yet but we do have a release window. In the video, Tsujimoto-san said the current plan is to release the PC version in Autumn 2018. This means PC players will have to wait a rather long time! Autumn generally starts in August and ends in November. According to an interview done with Game Informer, Capcom did stress that they are focusing on the console version first. Only after the launch of the console version, will they put their attention on the PC version.
— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) January 3, 2018
Check out the video if you want to hear what Tsujimoto-san has to say. As always, we’ll keep you updated with more news on the PC version as we get them. The wait is rather long but hey, better than nothing right? There are other games coming out this month that you could check out here if you are waiting for the PC version. And hey, with such a long window, PC players might just get a beta sometime before Autumn, keep your fingers crossed!