The fans are eagerly awaiting the release of Monster Hunter: World on January 26th and the details announced today about the day 1 patch will only increase the anticipation. The 815 megabyte patch will bring new quests, online multiplayer functions and chats.
Monster Hunter: World - Day 1 Update with New Features
In addition, Capcom suggests some upcoming new features that will be implemented after the release.
- Online multiplay
- Event quests
- Further room service functions for the players' house
- Gallery function in the main menu to view event cutscenes again
- Mascot Poogie
- Further localizations
As the monster is already indicated Deviljho added for free as part of the spring update. There will also be special event quests and other features for players with an online connection that will come after the release of Monster Hunter: World and will also be free.
Monster Hunter: World Day 1 Patch:
- Unlocks online-use systems including multiplayer, event quests, and chat.
- Adds function to receive additional content to the player's My House room service.
- Adds gallery function to the title menu to replay event scenes.
- Adds a Gallery Mode that enables you to watch the event scenes you have previously seen. The appearance of the player character will change based on the save data.
Mascot character Poogie added to Research Commission HQ.
- As you progress through the story, Poogie will appear in the distribution area of Research Commission HQ. You can deepen your friendship with him through skillful petting. If you pick him up and take him around, something good may happen.
Additional display languages
In addition to the Japanese, English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish included in all versions of the game, the following display languages have been added for specific versions:
- Japan: No additional languages
- Asia: Traditional Chinese and Korean
- North America: Brazilian Portuguese
- Europe: Brazilian Portuguese, Polish, Russian, and Arabic
Additional voiced languages have not been added. All versions of the game will feature Monster Hunter language, Japanese, English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish voiced language options.
- Fixed some bugs
Monster Hunter: World will be released on January 26th for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the PC version should come in autumn.