Capcom’s Monster Hunter remains one of the company’s most prolific properties, with players across the globe excited for its forthcoming installment, Monster Hunter: World. However, players awaiting the PC release will need to wait longer than those who plan to purchase the game on consoles. Moreover, the PlayStation 4 Pro is obtaining an exclusive hardware bundle modeled after the game.


First, whereas the game is set to launch on January 26 on consoles next week, its PC release has been pushed back. World‘s producer Ryozo Tsujimoto took to Twitter to share the news with fans back on January 3, adding how they’re “aiming” for a fall release. Tsujimoto later explained in an interview how this is his team’s first endeavor delivering a core Monster Hunter experience on personal computers, and they want to assure the online matchmaking services are optimized well.

Second, if you’re looking for a PlayStation 4 Pro to play the game, you’re in luck – Sony has confirmed a hardware bundle is coming to GameStop on January 26 for $449.99. Sony admits the bundle’s availability will be “very limited.” As for its contents, it comes with the following:

  • A PlayStation 4 Pro console designed after Monster Hunter‘s iconic Rathalos beats
  • a matching red DualShock 4 controller
  • a Blu-ray disc and vouchers for digital content
  • a copy of Monster Hunter: World
PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB Monster Hunter World Limited Edition System

PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB Monster Hunter World Limited Edition System Bundle (Image: Sony/Capcom)


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