Monster Hunter World PC Special Editions details released
With the final confirmation of the PC release date for Monster Hunter World, fans are excitedly grabbing their wallets to pre-order the game on Steam. With that announcement, Capcom has revealed that there will be two main editions of the game. One such version is a standard edition for $59.99, and a Digital Deluxe edition currently discounted 6% at $70.48.
The Digital Deluxe Edition includes the following (which you can see below in the gallery):
- Samurai Set
Layered armor sets will change the look of your armor without changing the properties underneath. Equip this Samurai set over your favorite armor to take on the striking appearance of a feudal Japanese samurai warrior!
Note : No weapons are included with this set
- Gesture: Zen
- Gesture: Ninja Star
- Gesture: Sumo Slap
Enjoy three new amusing gestures you can use when interacting with other players in the game.
- Sticker Set: MH All-Stars Set
- Sticker Set: Sir Loin Set
Fun stickers you can use when chatting with other players in the game.
- Face Paint: Wyvern
Add a new face paint for character customisation in Monster Hunter: World.
- Hairstyle: Topknot
Adds a new hairstyle for character customisation in Monster Hunter: World.
Pre-purchasing the game will net you more in-game goodies:
- Origin Set
The Origin Set armor is a nostalgic must-have for series fans.
This full armor set (head, chest, arms, waist, and legs) comes with enough defense to carry you through the early quests, and also features plenty of skills useful for gathering.
- Fair Wind Charm
The Fair Wind charm carries a skill that increases your attack power, and one that adds a chance of reducing the damage you take. The charm also has a nice visual impact, as equipping it will add a glowing aura effect to your left arm!
If you want to learn more about the PC version of MHW, check out the full details on that release. If you need more Monster Hunter news, check out the deets on a new crossover with Final Fantasy XIV, alongside a new summer event on July 19th.
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