Capcom has delved deep into its number bag, tossing out release dates for a selection of upcoming Monster Hunter World events, including its Witcher crossover collaboration, and its Appreciation Fest first birthday celebrations.
Monster Hunter World’s Witcher collaboration, which was announced at the tail-end of last year, will be coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in a free update on Friday, February 8th. Capcom says the crossover will be making it way to PC “at a later date”.
The Witcher event will (unsurprisingly) feature Geralt of Rivia in some capacity, with the character’s English voice actor, Doug Cockle, already confirmed to be recording new lines for the occasion. Capcom also previously revealed that it would feature “brand new quests with a unique flavour, blending the RPG mechanics of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt with Monster Hunter: World’s game systems to present a whole new gameplay experience to fans of both series.”