Monster Hunter World is patching in a new hunt against Kulve Taroth

Most games could not get away with a patch that adds literally one monster. “That isn’t enough of a patch,” players would say. But Monster Hunter World is not most games, and when its newest patch promises to just add Kulve Taroth, that’s more than enough to get players polishing their blades or readying their warhorns. After all, a new monster means an elaborate new fight, and corresponding materials for elaborate new pieces of gear for both players and cats.

If you’ve missed it before now, yes, this is a game wherein you are concerned with outfitting a cat with a marvelous fur armor suit.

Of course, in order to get these new sets you will have to defeat Kulve Taroth, and as you might imagine from the name of the game it’s going to be a bit of a row. It’s not “Monster Calm Negotiator World,” after all. You can get a look at the Kulve Taroth fight in the video just below, and check out the full patch notes for other additions and changes with the patch.

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Mewmew

“If you’ve missed it before now, yes, this is a game wherein you are concerned with outfitting a cat with a marvelous fur armor suit.”

What? WHAT?! Now I’m even more bummed I’m not able to play it yet! I have to sit and wait patiently for the PC version.

I only hope that once the PC version does arrive, it isn’t just the base game that was first released on consoles but comes with all the updates they’ve had since the release.

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Bhima Jenkins

Really impressed with the new content Capcom keeps adding to a game that is a box buy only. There is virtually no cash shop whatsoever, they just keep giving us fun content to play and don’t ask us to open our wallet. Can’t believe this game has come out in 2018 without trying to leech every last dollar from the playerbase.

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Illumina Blade

But can you also believe it is also Capcoms best selling single game of all time?

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Bhima Jenkins

Actually, its still hard to believe… though those numbers are based on the fact that arcades are no longer a thing. Street Fighter II by itself has made mountains more revenue than the entire MH franchise. Its just that a truck-load of its revenue came from kids plunking quarters into an arcade.