Hunt a Mysterious Creature as The Witcher in Monster Hunter

The Monster Hunter Movie Hits Theaters Next Year

The Monster Hunter Movie Hits Theaters Next Year

Capcom has kick-started the next crossover event for Monster Hunter World, with The Witcher III's Geralt now strutting his stuff in the sprawling action-adventure title. Who better to help out than Geralt of Rivia, once again voiced by Doug Cockle?The first part of the collaboration, Contract: Trouble in the Ancient Forest, is available right now to players at Hunter Rank 16 or above. Not only will this quest provide the costume components, but players who clear the event will also be provided with a new gesture, title, guild card and pose with the Witcher design on them.

Monster Hunter World is available for PS4 and Xbox One with the latest update 6.00. The quest line will also incorporate "dialogues with other characters, influencing how the story unfolds through choices they make - a hallmark of The Witcher series". The Nekker α full armor set and Cursed Staff α will be unlocked for your Palico companion. PC players will be getting it at a later date too, so don't worry. The limited time (Feb 15th - Mar 1st) Event Quest "Contract: Woodland Spirit" will be set for HR50+ hunters, but this time it'll be open to multiplayer, so get your squad ready and take on this ancient threat.

We've been wondering for a while now what form The Witcher 3 and Monster Hunter: World crossover would take.

As expected, the crossover event between Capcom's Monster Hunter World and CD Projekt RED's The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt begins today, it's been announced. To date, the series has sold over 33 million copies worldwide and garnered over 1000 awards. Here's what the Leshen looked like in The Witcher 3.

It's unknown exactly what else the Witcher has brought to the game along with him. It develops and publishes video games for personal computers and video game consoles.

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