Monster Hunter World PC reviews round-up, all the scores

Donna Miller
August 9, 2018

Monster Hunter World releases on PC in just a couple of days, and some early reviews have popped up.

It seems Monster Hunter: World hasn't lost its charm even months after its original release, and though the improvements to the PC version are subtle they make it an excellent way to play the game - either again or for the first time.

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This much was revealed after Capcom added a Workshop tab to Monster Hunter World's Steam page just recently, confirming that the action-RPG will officially support mods for download through Valve's digital distribution service. The reason for this is that Steam usually allows players to begin downloading the files of their pre-purchased games 24 hours prior to the game's official release date. Alternatively, it could indicate that no one has made and uploaded a mod yet because the game isn't yet released, and that it'll be ready to go on August 9. It could mean that Capcom won't have mod support at launch, and that it's simply designating a placeholder. World actually lowers the barrier of entry and eases players into the endless cycle of hunt-kill-carve-craft-repeat with the aid of monster-seeking Scout Flies.

Rock, Paper, Shotgun - "Monster Hunter World is gorgeous and exciting".

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