In this entry, players take on larger than life monsters in a variety of vast, living, breathing ecosystems either solo or with up to three other hunters via online co-op, complete with drop-in functionality, a first for the series. However, we were given a name and a kind of a teaser premise. They are calling it Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild. Their rationale for doing so was a "significant risk of sales decline" for Monster Hunter: World which, having been out on console since January, is finally coming to PC on August 9. Capcom's brief summary of the special teases an encounter between the man and a monster called the Elder Dragon, a beast that's described as "a veritable force of nature made flesh".
What do you make of this upcoming hunt?
Capcom will be teaming up with Pure Imagination Studios, the independent micro-studio that has worked on various projects on multiple platforms for clients including DreamWorks, FOX, LEGO, Marvel Entertainment, Merlin, Rovio, Six Flags, Warner Bros., and more. "We think die-hard fans will appreciate our dedication to the source material while those uninitiated to the series will still be treated to an epic adventure in a wholly unique world". Will you guys be picking up Monster Hunter on PC?
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