Capcom plans to support Monster Hunter: World with numerous free post-launch updates that will include, among other things, new monsters.
That’s pretty good, Capcom. It will help developer more transparent with community.
And with luck it will rub off on other game companies.
i would definately prefer more a complete MH world G physical version with all the DLC included (or whatever they wanted to add afterwards) ....thouhg i belive that at the end of its cycle they will release somthing completed -all included
While I prefer that too, remember that Monster Hunter: World is meant to be an MMO, and MMOs need constant updates to keep players invested and coming back for more.
??? But those complete versions clearly release after the fact which technically means you prefer to just wait until you can get a version that already has all the content which I'm not entirely sure what's the point because it's coming for free anyway.
Sounds good to me. I'll gladly support a game that plans on supporting me.
I was going to buy the game anyway, but now I want to buy it even more.
Sounds like Evolve fiasco...oh wait that went total opposite...kek
Not sure I follow. Or are you just having a laugh?
Evolve gameplay sucks though regardless of what paid IGN reviews say.
Nice. It's good to see Capcom going the Ubisoft Microsoft and Electronic Arts route with the free content.
What? Capcom has always given free DLC for Monster Hunter. They've been doing that for years.
Yes, but not everyone knows that.
Publishers out there, if you want bonus good guy points and PR, offer some free DLC when your game launches, even if it's something simple. Tecmo Koei gave all Nioh players free golden armor sets soon after the game launched on the PS4 as a thankful for it's success.
Ace capcom, keep the good work up, enjoy a deserved pay check off all the sales because you developed MH in the rite way..
It will have microtransactions for cosmetic items, for anyone interested.
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