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Monster Hunter: World Special Stream Announced for Monday Promising “Latest News”

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Monster Hunter: World Special Stream Announced for Monday Promising “Latest News”

Yesterday, during the celebration for The Games Award, Monster Hunter: World Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto teased some relevant news coming in a few days. Now we likely know specifically when and how it’s coming.

Capcom just announced that a “special broadcast” will be streamed on YouTube and Twitch on Monday, December 10th, at 11:00 PM Japan time, 6:00 AM PST, and 2:00 PM GMT.

The stream will actually be a 15 minute-long pre-recorded segment starring Tsujimoto-san himself and promising the “latest information” on the game

At the moment, there is no further info on what will be announced, but it’s likely to be rather big for Monster Hunter fans.

You can find the stream in English embedded below.

Monster Hunter: World has sold over ten million copies, proving to be a great profit driver for Capcom, so it’s to be expected that the publisher is supporting it with all its might. During The Game Awards, it won the Best Role-Playing Game award, beating strong competitors like Dragon Quest XI.

If you’ve been away from Monster Hunter: World for a while, now it could be the best time to return, as Capcom recently implemented the Holiday event Winter Star Fest, with most temporary quests making a comeback and a lot of rewards to enjoy.

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