Monster Hunter: World playable at TGS 2017

Full Capcom lineup to be announced at a later date.

Monster Hunter: World

Capcom has opened its official Tokyo Game Show 2017 portal website, and confirmed that Monster Hunter: World will be playable for the first time in Japan during the September exhibit.

Other titles from Capcom exhibiting at Tokyo Game Show 2017 will be announced at a later date.

Capcom also announced that it will host two e-Sports events at Tokyo Game Show 2017 in the form of the “Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. Top Hunter Play-Offs” on September 23 from 13:00 to 14:30 JST, and “Street Fighter V Shoryuken Tournament” on September 24 from 15:00 to 17:00 JST.

Tokyo Game Show 2017 runs from September 21 to 24.

Monster Hunter: World is due out worldwide for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in early 2018. A PC release will follow later. In Japan, the game will only launch for PlayStation 4.

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