CD Projekt and Capcom collaborate for Witcher and Monster Hunter World crossover

CD Projekt and Capcom collaborate for Witcher and Monster Hunter World crossover

CD Projekt and Capcom collaborate for Witcher and Monster Hunter World crossover

Geralt is traveling the world it seems after another recent Bandai Namco collaboration!

"Capcom is working on a special collaboration with CD PROJEKT RED to bring professional monster hunter Geralt from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt into the New World early next year".

Capcom just released a new video with tons of new updates for the console versions of the game. While a lot of people (especially old school fans) have a lot of issues with World, Capcom is supporting this iteration better than they ever have in the past.

You can even do this all online and get a taste of Monster Hunter as it's meant to be: with a group of four players twatting a giant creature. Yet, he mentioned that the content will also come for the PC version with information on timing at a later time.

For players who have not yet tried Monster Hunter: World, a free Trial Version of the base game will be available on the PS4 and Xbox One starting tomorrow, December 11 at 4pm PST through December 17 at 3:59pm PST. For a limited time, players will be able to experience Monster Hunter World's early-game content.

The Appreciation Fest will be a special event to celebrate the game's 1st anniversary with a decorated gathering hub and the return of nearly all quests. The Appreciation Fest will also be coming up on the anniversary of the game's release in January 2019. So, if you haven't yet playing the monster-hunting RPG, listen up!

We'll see a new narrative that will pick up where the main Monster Hunter World story left off, but beyond these details, Capcom is keeping its lips sealed.

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