The Witcher’s Geralt joins Monster Hunter World in February

Console Monster Hunter World Players Will See Geralt in February

Fans will get to enjoy fresh voice recordings from the original voice actors for Geralt, once again, adding to the event's authenticity. Capcom hasn't revealed many details yet about what the crossover will entail, but it says there will be new quests "with a unique flavor, blending the RPG mechanics of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt with Monster Hunter World's game systems".

Following Capcom's surprise Assassin's Creed collaboration, the next crossover event to look forward to is the arrival of Geralt of Rivia.

Over on Twitter, the official Monster Hunter World account announced the crossover will happen this February 8 via a free title update!

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Nearly one year ago the Monster Hunter franchise made its way back to consoles with the release of Monster Hunter: World, and millions of future monster hunters everywhere dove head first into the adventure.

Later this year, Monster Hunter: World will also see its first big expansion in Iceborne which will bring with it new monsters, locations and quests ranks, among other features.

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