Monster Hunter World Official Video Guide Teaches You How to Play Online

Capcom released a video guide for Monster Hunter World, teaching inexperienced hunters how to join lobbies and have fun online.

on February 1, 2018 10:07 AM

One of the (few) flaws of Monster Hunter World is that some aspects of the online suite are a bit clunky. In order to help out less experienced players, today Capcom released a handy video guide.

The video shows how to create a lobby and make sure that it’ll be joined by like-minded hunters that want to hunt the same thing, or how to search and join the quest that you actually want to complete. A second video shows how to use the SOS flare to call help into your hunt.

You can check them out below. As a bonus, we also get the second part of the making-of videos that show how such a fantastic game was created, which was released yesterday. You can also enjoy that video at the bottom of the post.

If you want to learn more, you can read our review of the game, info about the title’s initial sales worldwide and in Japan, the crossover content with Street Fighter V coming to the game, and the first making-of video. You can also check out a few videos of the deep character creation, that even lets you make a bearded woman, because why not?

Monster Hunter World is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One, and will come to PC this fall. At the moment we have no precise release date for the PC release, but we’ll let you know as soon as Capcom announces it.



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