Monster Hunter World and Devil May Cry HD Collection Get New Gameplay, Day One Patch Info for MHW

Capcom gives more info on the day one patch for Monster Hunter World and shows more of its PS4 gameplay plus some Devil May Cry HD Collection.

on January 17, 2018 9:52 AM

Today Capcom hosted a long livestream from Japan, and it included some juicy gameplay for fans of Monster Hunter World and Devil May Cry HD Collection.

First of all, we get to see some gameplay of Monster Hunter World presented by Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto. We get to see some of the options and a few elements that will be introduced with patch 1.01 that will be released on launch day. This includes the return of the pet pig Poogie. You’ll be able to hug him and he will reward you by hinting at the proximity of items in the world.

The update will also add a mode that lets you watch previously-seen cutscenes and online gameplay. We also get to see interaction with NPCs in the world and more. After that, we move on to take a look at of the upcoming open beta of the gameand more specifically the quest that will prompt players to hunt the new elder dragon Nergigante.

Further into the livestream, we also get a nice look at PS4 gameplay of the upcoming Devil May Cry HD Collection. You can enjoy that in the third clip below.

Monster Hunter World will launch for PS4, Xbox One and PC on January 26th and for PC this fall.  You can also watch the most recent gameplay from a couple of days ago. We also recently learned that the Rathalos Edition PS4 Pro will launch both in North America and Europe.

The Devil May Cry HD Collection will launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 13th, 2018. If you want to see more about it, you can enjoy the latest screenshots and the original announcement.

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