Monster Hunter: World
Release date26 Jan 2018
Welcome to another world! As a hunter, search out and execute wild monsters in a profoundly lively biological system. Utilize the scene and its occupants beneficially. Go chasing alone or agreeably with others and use adversary material deserted to create new hardware and make due against significantly greater, nastier brutes of cash and materials that will assist you with making better weapons and reinforcement to confront more grounded monsters, and in Monster Hunter: World, the most recent portion in the arrangement, you'll have a definitive chasing experience - and you'll need to give it all in an amazement and shock Excitement to endure the abounding world! HistoryElder ten years, mythical beast older folks move over the ocean to a colossal land mass known as the New World; In a procedure called Elder Migration, to examine this baffling wonder, the society made the Research Commission, which is sent to the New World as tremendous armadas, and the Fifth Fleet is dispatched to seek after a goliath winged serpent senior named Zorah Magdaros - and one member will encounter experience and achieve abuses that you can barely imagine.EcosystemAncient forestA enormous woods, home to a mind boggling biological system. This system of trees extends high into the sky, framing an antiquated tree that affects the whole region. Chasing wealth of hardware and a solid accomplice. Your gear invigorates you the to advocate for yourself in the New World 14 distinct kinds of weapons are accessible for your chase, each with their own attributes and assault alternatives, it is up to you whether you ace just one or utilize various weapons relying upon the circumstance to discover. Your scout scarabs recollect the fragrance of a monster and lead you to different tracks close by. The more tracks you gather, the more data you get. The slingshot The slingshot is a basic device for each hunter. You can utilize it to shoot things, for example, stones and nuts, which can be found all over, for instance, to divert monsters or control the earth - their utilization is just restricted by your creative mind! Extraordinary ToolsSpecial apparatuses enact amazing impacts temporarily. A limit of two of them can be prepared simultaneously - they are chosen and utilized like different items. The PalicosPalicos are the dependable companions of the hunters in real life; spent significant time in an assortment of hostile, protective and strong activities. The Hunter's Palico gladly joins the Fifth Fleet, a full individual from the Commission like some other.
About Monster Hunter: World
Monster Hunter: World is released by Capcom in 26 Jan 2018. The game is designed by Capcom. Monster Hunter: World is a typical representative of the Role-playing (RPG) genre. Playing Monster Hunter: World is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Role-playing (RPG), there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Monster Hunter: World will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.
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This section tells the history of the world of Monster Hunter: World
In an unnamed high fantasy setting, humans and other sentient races have set their eyes on the New World, a separate continent from the populated Old World. The New World is an untamed wilderness where many powerful monsters roam, and where researchers have been drawn to uncover new mysteries. Several ocean-bound Fleets have been sent already to establish working bases, safe from monsters, and operations are led by the Research Commission.The ancient dragons set out across the oceans to reach the New World. You play as a member of a Research Commission sent by the Guild to learn more about this phenomenon, including an imposing volcanic dragon, Zorah Magdaros. Freshly arrived in the New World, a great adventure awaits you, in a land full of secrets, mysteries, and dangers. In keeping with the spirit of the series, Monster Hunter: World brings a breath of fresh air with many new features. Starting with the environment, which wants to be rich and varied, and above all offers for the first time to the player a semi-open world. The zones are vast, and even if some loading times persist from one zone to another, they are much less present than in the previous opus of the series. In addition, the different environments are rich, both in terms of their content, such as resources to harvest, and their interactivity. Indeed, you will be able to interact with the elements that surround you, in particular to take advantage during battles, for example by using lianas to immobilize your enemy.
Monster Hunter: World - Analysis
This analysis is not specifically a description of the latest installment of the Monster Hunter saga, but an assessment of how it is played on a PC at a technical, control and operational level. If you want to know more about Monster Hunter World, an outstanding title that has not stopped expanding over the months, we strongly recommend you to take a look at the analysis of the original , which appeared on our website before its launch this year, and in the that are approached in depth playable aspects and of the plot very necessary to value it in all its dimension.
To put ourselves in a situation, we are facing the title that the Monster Hunter saga takes, already mythical and with importance throughout the world, but with the delivery that, while maintaining its eastern essence, is closer to the West at the level of spectacularity, operation and even aesthetic For the first time, the game of hunting monsters goes from being a piece dedicated to the most technical and closed players and opens through scenes and setting to more users, which means leaving some aspects that the most closed fans have not thanked at all, like the number of creatures.
That said, let's focus on PC ... and it is that many adaptations of games first appeared on the console are not what we liked the most. Is this game an exception? Yes and no. We explain ourselves. We find a game that was already quite interesting at the technical level, with beautiful environments, varied creatures and personality, characters full of even the smallest detail and gestures that surprised above all compared to the characteristics of the saga's past . In PC, what we are going to find is identical, obviously, and even better if we are frank, although for this it is necessary to have a very high-end team.
Let's talk in terms of performance: this is a game that, to a large extent, demands more than it should in a team. There is really no reason for Monster Hunter World to work in a measured way with a graphics card that can still be considered medium-high range, machines in which, to ensure a good flow of the images on the screen, you have to remove amount of effects, lower shading and even eliminate vertical sync. In our case, with a GTX 970, still running at full power, for some reason the title deduced that it was a good idea to eliminate the V-Sync, which made us go to the menu to "tidy up".
Let's talk about this: control. It is bad? At all, in fact the game itself is very well controlled with keyboard and reason: movement keys, accelerate and even go with stealth perfectly placed as if it were a shooter, good response to the mouse buttons ... a Solvent game on many levels. Until we want to exit the game or go to the menus. And that is where things get weird. To exit the game we had to make juggling, exactly the same as to configure how the title was going to look in the menu before the game. We do not know very well why it is so complicated to make a "healthy" adaptation of the controls, that is organic, that is predictable. To move from one page to another, we are asked for a left click, basically "emulating" the accept button on a console.
When leaving the game, the game insisted that it was not possible during the mission, although what we wanted was to go to the menu and from there to Windows. The biggest mistake came later, when leaving "through the bad", at which time directly, an error made it impossible even to get it with Alt + F4. The game went to the background and then returned to the first. We know it is an isolated error ... but it shouldn't happen.
All this comes to us basically as the game came into the world half a year ago, without additions like the one from Final Fantasy that has been so popular recently, but it is not uncommon. These are events that require a certain level that we are probably not going to reach at the time of the launch, which took place yesterday. We can wait a bit and see how it translates over the weeks. Of course, we are not going to deny it: with a high-end team, the graphics gain in detail, in depth, the vegetation improves, the shadows, the effects ... everything is profit. What we recommend? Play, yes, but with command. Because without a doubt, he was born to control himself like this.
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Joe SkrebelsMonster Hunter World - Critique
Monster Hunter World initially seemed to be one of the candidates for the title of game of the year, but which, due to its release in January, was soon to be fo...
Here is what we wrote when it was released on PS4 and One:
"Whether or not it is the best, it is certainly the most ambitious Monster Hunter. World takes a very different turn to appear visually, emotionally and greatly new, while at the same time staying true to the ideals of the series, retaining exciting fights, intimidating monsters and with the significant rewards that fans love. The depth and commitment required is still just as intense, and Capcom is clearly not aiming to woo casual players. In the end, it's still as time-consuming and incredible as ever. "
>>> Read our original test
Quite brilliantly, this first release of Monster Hunter on PC in the West is an almost perfect recreation of the console experience that I enjoyed so much last winter.
Those who hoped that this port would be the excuse for Capcom to add the much appreciated challenges of rank G will be disappointed, but the title remains as incredibly generous as that which we have already discovered a few months ago, with hundreds hours for those who are fascinated by its sprawling quests and improvements. In fact, those who return after giving up on consoles will find a more welcoming experience on PC. Months of updates have allowed Capcom to resolve some of the few complaints from players at launch, including the ability to sort an endless list of quests, or change the text size, as well as adding several diverse options. . It's not radically different, but it does make the game significantly more efficient.
While all the improvements to the console gaming experience are already available on consoles, PC players will have to wait a little longer to take advantage of post-launch content updates, including unlocking the Deviljho and Lunastra monsters - but for a game that requires a hundred hours to complete the main scenario, this is a false problem.
The real interest in playing on PC is, logically, to enjoy better performance. Playing at the "High" level of graphics doesn't change fundamentally from what we've seen on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, but as you might expect, you don't have to choose between a better resolution , better graphics or better framerate. The result shows a game as beautiful as on a powerful console, but without the slight slowdowns (and with the unlimited framerate option for the most powerful machines).
Although it takes a PC more powerful than mine to run the game with the settings at maximum, my hours of play in 1080p, 60 FPS in maximum quality with a GTX 1070 went without a hitch. Capcom has hinted that it could offer a patch for PC-exclusive graphics enhancements, but even without that, these performances have nothing in common.
Speaking of fixes, you've probably heard of a non-final version of the freezing PC game. A patch came to solve the problem. And despite several fixes for crashes, I was not a victim during my test hours.
Finally, the other important addition to this PC version remains the support for the mouse and keyboard. Although it works better than I thought it would, and it sounds appealing, I start playing controller again. Fighting against monsters requires precise timing at best, and using some of its complex weapons may seem more complex than it should. That said, with a few key remaps, I found that ranged weapons are more usable with the keyboard and mouse, providing real precision. But the default control scheme is just not good.
Gianluca "Ualone" LoggiaMonster Hunter World - Review
I had never played a Monster Hunter before. I've never had to deal with it for work and the only time I tried it for personal whim, with one of the episodes...
Well, let's try, I do this a lot of work, and the IGN Italia review must be done in any case, so we can combine two pigeons with one bean (I'm the bean) and offer you a point of view that maybe is also particularly interesting interesting, since generally the reviews are written by those who know the context (the saga, the genre) in which the game is inserted. You will not struggle, I imagine, to find the opinions of those who follow the Capcom series since its debut (dating back to 2004, on PS2) around the web. Here, however, you will be told a different experience, the point of view of those approaching the world of Monster Hunter for the first time, as perhaps many of you may be tempted to do. Among other things, in Capcom's intentions, Monster Hunter World is precisely the episode designed to broaden the horizons of the series a bit and make it attractive even to those who, like me, had never approached it before 'Now. First of all because, after years spent on Nintendo consoles, especially portable ones, Monster Hunter returns to exclusively home machines (PS4, Xbox One and soon PC). And secondly because the software house has endeavored to make the game more accessible, a little more guided, trying not to give up the depth that has always characterized the series.
"And thank goodness," I thought in the early hours of the game. Because, to be honest, although it reminded me of my short past experience (in which the complexity of the interface and game system had made me give up quickly), and while actually noticing a more user friendly approach, however Monster Hunter World has struggled to make me enter its mechanisms. This is an aspect that I want to underline very well. Fans of the saga will find it much more accessible, compared to previous episodes, but new players do not expect to find that comfort to which the games of these years have accustomed us, especially the western ones. While definitely marking a step forward in the series, from this point of view, MHW can still be a very difficult game in its early stages. And by initial phases I also mean the first 20-30 hours, a period in which one is submerged by information of various types, but at the same time, paradoxically, many elements and some mechanics remain unclear. Added to this are cumbersome if not wrong interface and system choices (some of them are described in more detail below), with the result that the game can struggle to mesh.
I do a fast forward that I consider appropriate at this point. After seeing the credits (reached in 73 hours of play), I can say that Monster Hunter World is elbowing to enter the top 10 of my favorite games of this generation. The experience I had was splendid. a real crescendo of satisfaction, which from the initial (in) suffering came to the current enthusiasm, passing through many small steps in which the awareness of starting to understand each other and the greater familiarity with some mechanics increasingly took over the displacement of the first ones moments. And it was all good. I know it may sound crazy, but today I wouldn't give up on the loss of the early stages, because starting from there has helped me enjoy it even more.
The advice I can give to those like me who are new to the series, therefore, is to have a lot of patience in the early stages, where everything can seem complicated and uncomfortable. In my opinion, some choices remain wrong even after becoming familiar with the system, but I assure you that instead the vast majority of the game mechanisms become clearer simply by continuing to play, try, experiment. Know that you cannot make particularly wrong choices, there is nothing "missable", everything can be recovered, the game structure allows you to repeat endlessly all the things that make sense to repeat, so don't worry. Get guided by the main plot, initially, because it will help you get into the mechanisms slowly. Then you will see that, at some point, you will be masters of your choices, you will decide how to play and you will be able to feel that pleasant feeling of being able to tame the game.
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