Monster Hunter World Gets Temporary Price Drop, As New Event Quests Go Live

Get the PS4 and Xbox One action RPG for $20 off right now.


Monster Hunter World launched back in January to mostly positive reviews and huge sales, and now Capcom is hoping to drive its commercial success further with a decent price drop. The action role-playing game is now available for $40 in the United States. That price is only for a "limited time," Capcom said, though the company did not specify the duration of the offer.

A $20 discount on a game released five months ago may not sound all that great, but if you've been eying the game but didn't want to pay full price, this looks like one of the better offers around. The price drop applies to both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One editions.

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In other news about Monster Hunter World, a new event quest called "A Whisper of White Mane" is went live this week. It wasn't the only new quest added this week, as another one of them challenges you to take down the Arch-Tempered Kirin; do this and you'll get new Kirin armor, which you can see in the Twitter image embed below.

Capcom, like many of the other big gaming publishers, will be at E3 2018 next week. The company has a booth in the South Hall where it will let attendees try new games and get autographs from big-name developers like Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono. The following games will be playable at Capcom's booth: Mega Man 11, Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, and the already-released Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition.

While E3 2018 proper does not begin until June 12, the event begins on June 9 with a press conference from Electronic Arts. Briefings from Microsoft, Bethesda, Ubisoft, Square Enix, Sony, and Nintendo will follow in the days thereafter; here is the full schedule.

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