Monster Hunter World Video Review – Deep, Captivating and Accessible

Monster Hunter World Video Review

An open world game is a staple these days, but one about fighting larger than life monsters and still keeping a somewhat comical tone? That doesn’t happen very often. The Monster Hunter series has always been one that stands out for its sprawling landscapes, fierce monsters, and adorable sidekick cats. Monster Hunter World makes great use of the power of current gen consoles, and in so doing steps away from its previously exclusive content with Nintendo and makes itself more accessible to the common gamer. With terrifying creatures to defeat, villages to save, and meat to cook to perfection, its time to dive into the latest iteration in this deep and captivating open-world series. Check out our video review below to see what we think of Monster Hunter World.

Monster Hunter World is the latest entry in the series, offering a slim but stronger story mode than previous games in the series. Players take control of a hunter assigned to the Research Commission to learn about nearby monsters, and soon you’ll be seamlessly traveling across the world to learn more about exotic and dangerous creatures. The game features no loading screens when adventuring across the globe due to the more powerful consoles the game is available on, and with a ton of new and returning features like multiplayer hunting parties and over a dozen fighting styles, Monster Hunter World is a well deserving addition to the series.

Monster Hunter World is available now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and is set to release on PC later this year. For more information, check the games official website.