As many gamers will likely agree, Monster Hunter World is easily one of the most highly anticipated games coming in 2018, with fans around the globe anxiously awaiting the action-RPG’s launch in less than two weeks from now. With this being the case, Sony Interactive Entertainment has decided to increase hype for the impending release by officially announcing an exclusive partnership with GameStop to put out a limited edition PlayStation 4 Pro bundle made for the game that will be available in the US, Canada, and Europe at launch.
As seen in the image directly below, Monster Hunter World fans can get a look at the limited edition PS4 Pro console’s design, as well as the accompanying controller that bears illustrations inspired by the game. This particular PS4 Pro bundle is being dubbed the Rathalos edition, as it features the likeness of the Rathalos enemy on the top of the system in an understated grey with red highlights. Plus, the top of the console also features MHW‘s logo in gold, while the front is embellished with five different gold symbols.
Obviously, with the Monster Hunter World PS4 Pro package being a limited edition bundle, it will draw the attention of many diehard fans of the franchise who are intent on collecting everything related to the series. Of course, those looking to get their hands on the bundle should expect to pay a pretty penny, as the package is being priced at $450 for the console, the controller, a physical copy of the game, and digital content that includes a dynamic PS4 theme, as well as the in-game bonuses of the Origin armor set and Fair Wind charm.
All things considered, while Monster Hunter World‘s PS4 Pro package might seem too pricey to some, it’s worth noting that those who were already in the market for both the console and the game will actually be saving a little bit of money by buying them together. Nevertheless, with pre-orders live now, fans will have to act fast in order to secure their own Rathalos limited edition bundle.
Monster Hunter World is set to launch on January 26, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.