MONSTER HUNTER: WORLD
The highly anticipated Monster Hunter: World finally released to console users in January, offering a story mode continuing through the high rank quests for the first time in the series’ history. As an elite hunter, you traverse various locales to trap or kill monsters to loot their bodies and make your armor and weapons even stronger for the next inevitable monster fight.
Monster Hunter: World also allows you to play with other random players and your friends alike to help take down monsters. Going to the gathering hub will allow you to make squads, post quests, and join others in their servers so you can fight one monster simultaneously together. The more people that join a fight, the harder the monster will become to take down.
Multiplayer servers can support up to 16 players, with quests having four people available to go at a time. If only two players go out together, their Palico cat buddies can come along to the fight as well. More than two and just the hunters will fight together.
Monster Hunter: World released for PS4 and Xbox One on Jan. 26, and is coming to PC users at a later time in 2018.