Capcom revealed its next collaboration smartphone case with GILD design for Monster Hunter: World, and it comes in two models with one based on the game's flagship monster Nergigante and one for Rathalos.
Capcom's bet on Monster Hunter World is paying off big time: the Japanese publisher just broke a major shipment milestone with the online game, sending a clear signal that service games, when done right, can absolutely rocket a game dev to new heights.More news: Broadcom Seeks Fewer Board Positions in Proxy Battle for Qualcomm
Details on "The Proving" suggest the community will struggle more with the second half of the MHW x HZD promotion. The task will be relatively simple if you can find a party - and there should be plenty of action in the SOS section during event week - and should at least be doable if you're hunting alone.
With the new quest that's aptly called "The Proving" not beginning until February 28, players who aren't yet at the required rank still have some time to work their way up to that goal in order to partake in the event.More news: Chipotle Has Picked Its New Leader - He Comes From Taco Bell
The next Horizon Zero Dawn-themed event quest for Monster Hunter: World will be called The Proving. By comparison, the previous internal record holder (Resident Evil 7) took more than seven months to ship 4 million units. In a lot of ways, Decorations are similar to mods in other games. So it's safe to say this isn't just the biggest Capcom release in years, it's the biggest Monster Hunter release ever.
Because of the mod-like nature of Decorations, Monster Hunter World Decoration farming is key to increasing the power of your weapons and armor beyond their normal values.More news: Interpublic Group of Companies (IPG) Issues Earnings Results
We won't know exact sales until Capcom releases its final quarterly report for Q4 sometime after March 2018, but we're betting the numbers will keep on climbing throughout the coming weeks.