Monster Hunter: World New Details on Bounties, Guilds & More!

Monster Hunter: World New Details on Bounties, Guilds & More!

The latest issues of the Weekly Famitsu magazine expands on some of the new things we know that are coming to Capcom’s Monster Hunter: World  action-RPG.

Monster Hunter: World – Just Next Month!

Previously, Monster Hunter: World‘s  producer announced that the game will be receiving free monsters via post-launch updates. And if you happen to miss out on the recent Beta, don’t let the same happen with this rare opportunity to win a free custom ‘Rathalos’ PS4 Pro and/or a copy of the game!

The new information comes courtesy of Gematsu,  and further details the game’s Bounties, Research Quests, Guild Cards, and includes insight from the developer as well. We also learn that there will be both paid and free download content of sorts. You can check all that out below.


Research Resource Management Station


  • Tasks assigned by researchers.
  • You can earn things such as Armor Spheres and Research Points for completing bounties via quests or hunts.
  • The types of bounties are as follows:
  • Registered Bounty: Can be registered from the list at any time.
  • Essential Bounty: Affects the unlocking of facilities and such.
  • Distributed Bounty: Distributed online at fixed intervals.
  • Bounties requirements include raw material collection, monster hunting, and so on.
  • Since you can complete quests while progressing through the game, it might be a good idea to register bounties before departing.
  • You cannot choose the registered content of Distributed Bounties, but they have better rewards than Registered Bounties.
  • There are some bounties which are difficult to complete alone。
  • Essential Bounties are extremely high priority. There are also things such as the subjugation of Kulu-Ya-Ku and expansion of the Ancient Forest camp.
  • You can take on up to six bounties at one time.


Research Quests

In addition to “Mission Quests” that advance the story, “Free Quests” that can be taken on at any time, and online-required “Event Quests” are “Research Quests” which occur when certain conditions are met.

Research Quests are created from “Research Reports” discovered while on quests or exploring.

Guild Card

The familiar Guild Cards are back. Exchange you card with other players to have their companion occasionally appear as an ally on the field to help your hunt.

Developer Interview Tidbits

  • Several updates are planned for the game after launch, including the addition of new monsters.
  • Limited time online Event Quests are planned to be released for free at fixed intervals. Collaboration equipment, which the series is known for, and the like can be made from the raw materials collected on Event Quests.
  • Paid content that does not affect game progression is also planned, such as outfits for the receptionist.


Check out gameplay footage of Monster Hunter: World‘s  combat and these collection of short but sweet nature clips from the game.

Monster Hunter: World  was officially announced, with pre-order details, to launch worldwide for PS4 and Xbox One on January 26th, 2018, with a PC release following sometime later.

Fextralife had an amazing capture opportunity of MH:W  at TGS 2017 of Barroth and the Wildspire Wastes! Also, a limited PlayStation 4 Pro “Liolaeus Edition” was revealed at the event.

Need more of Monster Hunter: World?  Then check out these screenshots and  weapons showcase trailers! If you’re more of a strategist, then this Hunting 101 trailer and survey of the Wildspire Waste, complete with recon images, will help you in your hunt.

Visit the Monster Hunter: World wiki

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