New Monster Hunter World PS4 Bundle Announced in Japan

Capcom announced a new "Value Pack" PS4 bundle with Monster Hunter World for the Japanese market, alongside a cheaper price for the game itself.

on July 15, 2018 12:40 AM

Today, during a livestream from Japan Capcom announced the PlayStation 4 Monster Hunter world Value Pack.

The package is a new PS4 bundle releasing in Japan on July 26th for 32,980 yen ($293) plus taxes. It will include a PS4 slim, a copy of Monster Hunter World, the new Strategy Handbook, and one month of PlayStation Plus.

On August 2nd the game is also getting a “Best Price” discounted version for 4,990 yen plus taxes in physical dirk. The digital version will drop to 4,620 yen plus taxes, and the digital deluxe version will cost 5,546 yen plus taxes.

A bundle with the aforementioned Strategy Handbook and seven days of PlayStation Plus will cost 5,500 yen plus taxes.

You can check out the various offers in the gallery below. If you want to learn more about the game, you can also take a look at the latest update of the event and challenge quest schedule. Today we also got the first look at the Behemoth fight coming with the Final Fantasy XIV crossover.

The game is currently available on PS4 and Xbox One. A PC version will come on Steam on August 9th.

You can grab a copy for consoles on Amazon.


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