Monster Hunter Are Giving Away Loads Of Money If You Can Find An Actual Monster IRL
Apparently, they're out there. Here are all the details on the big Monster Hunter: World competition.
To celebrate the release of Monster Hunter World, developer Capcom want you to become a real-life Monster Hunter.
Capcom has teamed up with Jon Downes, director of The Centre for Fortean Zoology, the world's largest "cryptozoological research organisation". This means Downes' job is to examine reports of mysterious creatures reported across the world, as well as "zoo form paranormal entities"
“There are stories of monsters from around the world, and while some may be flights of fancy, not every one of these monsters can be made up. It is one of life’s great mysteries and similar to Monster Hunter: World, I’ve spent the majority of my life travelling across the globe to hunt for evidence of these creatures," said Downes.
So, what do you need to find? Here's the full list:
Loch Ness Monster
Mongolian Death Worm
The flying snake of Namibia
Grab a pic and "comprehensive evidence" of one of these famous monsters will bag you a £50,000 reward. You have until June 30, 2018, so get huntin'!
Monster Hunter: World is out now on PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with a PC release confirmed but, as yet, undated. For what else is new in 2018, check our our picks of the best games coming up in 2018!
- By Vikki Blake @_vixx
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