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Monster Hunter World: See Everything Inside The Collector's Edition

Watch us unbox Monster Hunter World's special Collector's Edition.

The newest entry in Capcom's monster-slaying action-RPG franchise, Monster Hunter World, is out now on PS4 and Xbox One, marking the series' return to home consoles after appearing exclusively on 3DS for the past several years. The move to PS4 and Xbox One has allowed Capcom to create the largest and most richly detailed world in a Monster Hunter title yet, and the publisher commemorated the series' biggest release with an equally extravagant Collector's Edition, which we got our hands on.

In the video above, you can watch us unbox Monster Hunter World's hefty Collector's Edition. The package was only available in limited quantities, running for $150, and it comes with a variety of bonus items, including an art book and special collector's box. The centerpiece of the Collector's Edition, however, is an impressively detailed statue of Monster Hunter World's new flagship monster, the Nergigante, which was featured in the most recent PS4 beta.

Along with those physical collectibles, the Monster Hunter World Collector's Edition also includes download codes for the game's soundtrack and the Deluxe Kit, which nets you an assortment of in-game items, such as a special set of samurai armor. The Deluxe Kit is also included in the Digital Deluxe Edition of Monster Hunter World, but all other players who'd also like to get their hands on the items can purchase the kit separately from the PlayStation and Xbox Stores for $15.

You can read more about Capcom's new title in our Monster Hunter World review. Even if you've never played a Monster Hunter title before, we explain just why Monster Hunter World is the perfect starting point for newcomers. We've also put together a beginners guide full of starting tips to help ease you into the game.

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Kevin Knezevic

I write about video games, and occasionally I even get to play them. I have an unironic fondness for Star Fox Adventures.
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