Those of you interested in learning more about the performance you can expect across all the major consoles when playing the new Monster Hunter World game. Are sure to be interested in this new Xbox One X vs Playstation 4 Pro performance test published by the excellent team over at Digital Foundry. Monster Hunter World officially launched just a few days ago on January 26th, 2018 becoming available to play on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 platforms. Unfortunately, Windows PC system gamers will need to wait a little while longer and will be able to enjoy the game during Q3-Q4 2018. The Monster Hunter World has been created and published by Capcom and offers an action role-playing game providing both single player and multiplayer modes for cooperative groups of up to four players.
The highly anticipated Monster Hunter World game has received critical acclaim upon release, with praise being given to Capcom for its ability to make the game more accessible to new players without detracting from the core mechanics and gameplay elements of previous titles. This was partly accomplished by Capcom creating a living ecosystem in which animals within the game interact with one another and produce exciting gameplay mechanics. Allowing players to use this feature to their advantage, or become entwined in the middle of the disagreement between two monsters.
Watch the Xbox One X vs Playstation 4 Pro performance test created by Digital Foundry to learn more about what you can expect from the Monster Hunter World as well as the performance you can expect on both the latest generation consoles and the older Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Source: Digital Foundry
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