Monster Hunter and The Witcher Cross Paths Next Month

Monster Hunter and The Witcher Cross Paths Next Month

Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher series will be making his way into the game's world.

Monster Hunter: World is now available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The crossover will be the second in recent months for the Butcher of Blaviken, who appeared as a fighter in SoulCalibur VI previous year. At the time, however, the company only said that the crossover would occur in early 2019.

Elsewhere, Capcom has confirmed that its first birthday celebrations, which take the form of the special Appreciation Fest, will run from Saturday, January 26th until Friday, February 22nd. The collaboration will be coming to the game's two console versions on the 8th of February, as part of a free update. A PC launch will follow. That information will come at a later date.

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December 2018's Monster Hunter: World special developer update was full of surprises. And the new cross-over event is bringing way more than just a simple costume change, as Geralt comes over as a brand-new fleshed-out character.

Capcom isn't saying much else right now, although it's at least good to know when the event will be kicking off.

Capcom also says Monster Hunter World's Witcher collaboration was developed closely with CD Projekt Red, the studio behind The Witcher games.

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