After having announced the release of Monster Hunter: World at the E3 2018. After that, there has been a long wait for the announcement of the release date which was yet to come. Capcom has finally made an official announcement.
Monster Hunter: World is releasing on August 9th and it will be available on Stream. The game is set to be played on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The co-op boss fight game is also available for pre-order already. Capcom is also offering a few in-game bonuses for doing so to boot.
Capcom has noted that if you want to play the game on the system you have, you need to have these minimum system requirements. If you want to play the game, you need to make sure that your system is ready for play by the release date.
Capcom has released some screenshots of the game which indicates that it will require 4K running at 60 FPS, Vsync support, and adjustable graphics options for best performance.
These set of features are indicative of why the game is not available on Nintendo Switch. The game is already asking the gamers to amp their systems just so they could play the game.
Nintendo Switch has appealed to a lot of gamers based on its compact design. The handheld console will especially have minimal space for any add-ons. However, if you have the other gaming consoles, just make sure to boot them.