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Here's a good way for you to jump into the Monster Hunter world with Humble Bundle, plus some of the bigger DLC to go with it too.

Both of the main games (World and Rise) are Steam Deck Verified and rated Gold on ProtonDB. So you'll be able to play all of them without much troubles here.

In the bundle you will get:

  • Monster Hunter Rise
  • Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak
  • Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak - Deluxe Kit
  • Monster Hunter World
  • Monster Hunter World - Deluxe Kit
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne - Deluxe Kit

Overall that looks to be a really good deal.

Check out the full Monster Hunter Bundle.

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Pengling May 15
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A great bundle here, but it's worth noting that Monster Hunter Rise is one of many games that Capcom has added The Enigma Protector DRM to after removing Denuvo, which is not declared on the Humble page.

Originally Capcom also left this undeclared on the Steam pages for every game they've added The Enigma Protector to, for at least four or so months, but they have now finally fixed that, at least.


Last edited by Pengling on 15 May 2024 at 7:42 pm UTC
wintermute May 15
Monster Hunter World has the weirdest co-op system. I bought it to play with my partner but we couldn't play the story together, we could only play with random strangers. It turns out if the story mission you're doing has a cut scene then you have to be the host.
Quoting: PenglingA great bundle here, but it's worth noting that Monster Hunter Rise is one of many games that Capcom has added The Enigma Protector DRM to after removing Denuvo, which is not declared on the Humble page.

Originally Capcom also left this undeclared on the Steam pages for every game they've added The Enigma Protector to, for at least four or so months, but they have now finally fixed that, at least.
So Capcom is working with a Batman villain? Mr. Edward Nigma up to his evil schemes again!
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