Monster Hunter World PC/Steam Specs Confirmed

Can your PC run Capcom's RPG?

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Capcom's celebrated RPG Monster Hunter World is finally coming to PC in August, and the publisher has shared some further details about it. In addition to the specs (you can see the Minimum and Recommended specs below), Capcom announced some of the game's Advanced Graphics Settings.

You'll be able to tinker with things like foliage sway, subsurface scattering, water reflection, and dynamic range. What's more, there is keybinding support. Check out the images embedded in this post to get a closer look at what will be available in the PC edition of Monster Hunter World.

Monster Hunter World launched for PS4 and Xbox One in January. It has been a resounding commercial success for Capcom, setting a new launch record for the series and becoming the publisher's best-selling game ever. The game also received a positive reception from critics. GameSpot awarded it an 8/10 in our Monster Hunter World review and called it "a meaningful evolution for the series at large."

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The game comes to PC through Steam on August 9. If you pre-purchase Monster Hunter World on Steam, you get a pair of bonus items: the Origin armor set and the Fair Wind Charm. In addition to the standard version, the game will also be available in a Digital Deluxe edition, which contains the same assortment of customization items found in the console equivalent. This includes a set of Samurai armor, three gestures (Zen, Ninja Star, and Sumo Slap), two sticker sets, and a new face paint and hairstyle option.

You can watch a trailer for Monster Hunter World's PC edition in the embed above.

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