Monster Hunter World PS4 Game
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- Taking on the role of a hunter, players are tasked with going on a research expedition to a newly discovered continent known only as "new world" as they venture on quests to discover more about this mysterious land.
- Utilize the surrounding environment and wildlife to your advantage. For example, pit monsters against one another to lure the main target creature to the right place, but be careful not to become hindered by the hazards they present.
- Produkten har slutat tillverkas : Nej
- Språk : Engelska
- Manuell : Engelska
- Produktens mått : 13.5 x 1.4 x 17.2 cm; 109 Gram
- Undertexter: : Engelska
- ASIN : B071JV55H8
- Artikelnummer : P4RERPCAP94528
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The latest entry in the critically acclaimed 40 million unit selling action RPG series,Monster Hunter Worldintroduces a living, breathing ecosystem in which players take on the role of a hunter that seeks and slays ferocious beasts in heart-pounding battles. Venture on quests alone or with up to three other hunters in a newly designed online drop-in multiplayer system which allows cross-region cooperative play between Japan and the West, uniting the global player base for the first time ever.
Monster Hunter Worldsees players gear up to venture on quests to battle against fearsome monsters, progressively improving their hunting abilities as they play. Loot collected from fallen foes can be used to create new equipment and armor upgrades as players seamlessly move across map areas that comprise the living ecosystems. The landscape and its diverse inhabitants play a critical role as players strategically use the surrounding environment to their advantage. Hunters must use their cunning and abilities to survive the intense and evolving fights as they battle to become the ultimate hunter!
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Having tried a couple of other MH games previously, and not especially enjoying them, I was sceptical whether or not I would really like this latest instalment. But as others have said, Capcom have done a great job making this game more accessible for newcomers to the series, and in fact generally seem to have perfected nearly every aspect of their unique formula. It's tough, but not too tough if you're prepared to grind out each boss a few times to collect upgrade materials for your assorted weapons & armour.
The graphics are excellent, and each of the five main exploration regions feels vibrant and alive as you stalk your deadly prey across deserts, swamps, jungles and the beautiful coral highlands. The hub town of Astera is also very fun to wander around and explore, chatting with residents, accepting quests, growing plants or testing new weapons at the training grounds.
Also, being an anti-social gamer, I played the entire game very happily by myself (well, me and my palico sidekick, to be fair). I had no problems with any of the content by myself, so if you don't like playing co-op online I wouldn't let that put you off this amazing game.
From what i played in around 6 hours, i'm at level 2 yet my pet is around level 6... something is obviously wrong here.
Fighting system is terrible, locking on to one monster doesn't do anything but face it yet when trying to hit the monster with my either my dual weapons or insect weapon it ends up missing around 60 percent of the time.
I have tried switching the settings of the camera, the lock of the camera and even timing monsters hits, nothing seems to work. Sure i beat them in the end but it doesn't make me feel like i have worth in this game since there's nothing i gain from it besides small xp or whatever.
I've seen so many videos explaining that there's an in depth fighting system, yet why is that not inside the actual tutorial of the game itself?
When i cotton pick monster corpses i end up seeing messages from my pet but it's more of a hit and miss thing, why does the dialogue only show up for a gif then bounce? Is there a way for me to re-read what my pet said??
From what i see here that this game is more of a grind fest than an enjoyable purchase, you'd have to be a zombie to be playing this type of game for 100s of hours.
I think i'll stick to ESO.
I have to say I really am a sucker for RPG like Monster Hunter World, I mean what's not to love. A perfect combination of a single player game, with multiplayer aspects - suiting just about anyone.
What's more, there's no extreme level scaling that's going to require hundreds of hours to be up there with the best, by all means you would have an advantage but your level of skill is far more important.
Recently there was the introduction of the Kulve Taroth 16 player quest line. Absolutely fantastic, and a real shame that came to the end a couple of days ago - although luckily Capcom have said they will bring this back in the future.
Overall a fantastic game to keep me interested for the 100 hours I have built up in gameplay time so far. Looking forward to the future DLC within the game.