Monster Hunter Online, the MMO which is not currently available in Europe or North American regions might be making its way there sooner rather than later.
Tencent Games, along with Crytek and Nvidia has released a benchmark program for the game, which will allow the players from around the world to try out Monster Hunter Online on their PCs.
Although, the benchmark is available worldwide, there’s still no word on the game’s highly demanded western release.
Interested players can download the program from the above linked website, run the program and see the score that will be in accordance with their PC specs. This benchmark is not that large as it will only take around 1 GB of your hard disk space.
To help the players even further, publishers have revealed the system requirements for the game, which you can check out for yourself given below.
- Windows7 64-bit operating system
- Intel Core i3 processors
- Internal storage 4G
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 2GB or other equal video card
- DirectX 9.0C, DirectX 11
The fans of the franchise would certainly be hoping to play Monster Hunter Online in the west, and hopefully, this is the first step towards making it happen.
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