In the Asian region, Capcom and Sony also plan to launch a new bundle for the worldwide success game.
The Monster Hunter World x Final Fantasy XIV collaboration, which will start in Capcom‘s game on August 1, now shows the gameplay of the Behemoth, who takes a trip from Square Enix‘ MMORPG to the fellow Japanese company’s game. Although the video is in Japanese (it was recorded from the Monster Hunter World 2018 Championship Finals), you can understand what you see without knowing the language.
Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia also announced a new Monster Hunter World Value Pack, which will cost 32980 yen (~295 USD) in Japan. It will contain a PlayStation 4 Slim (Jet Black, 500GB HDD), a DualShock 4 wireless controller (Jet Black), a standard physical copy of Monster Hunter World, as well as its Walkthrough Handbook (W134 x H170mm, 64 pages, binded), a PlayStation Plus one month free trial, a monoaural headset, as well as the power cord, a HDMI cable, and a USB cable. For a bundle, that price is decent. It will be available from July 26. A Western release of it is highly unlikely.
Capcom will also re-release Monster Hunter World in a Best Price version physically from August 2 for 4990 yen (~45 dollars), and the digital version of the game will also be reduced to this price in its standard version. The digital deluxe version will be 5990 yen (~54 dollars). You can also acquire a physical copy of the game with the handbook for 5500 yen (~50 dollars).
Monster Hunter World will launch on PC on August 9; the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One received the game almost half a year ago.