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That sweet Monster Hunter: World PS4 Pro is releasing worldwide

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Time for an upgrade

For those unaware, Japan is getting a really sweet looking Monster Hunter: World branded PS4 Pro to go along with the launch of the game next week. While importing was always an option, the console has basically been sold out since it was announced. Now the rest of the world might stand a chance of getting it, as Capcom has announced that the Pro bundle will be releasing worldwide.

In addition to the game and a stylish themed controller, you'll also get the very fetching 1 TB PS4 Pro that can run the game at a higher quality setting or with a smoother framerate. There are some other goodies like a dynamic dashboard theme and a couple of in-game items. The console will release on January 26 for $449.99 and will be a GameStop exclusive in North America. European gamers will be able to pick it up anywhere.

If you don't want a Monster Hunter themed console, but were more partial to that Destiny 2 white PS4 Pro, that will also be getting a standalone release at the end of the month. It, too, will be a GameStop exclusive in North America.

Monster Hunter: World Rathalos PlayStation 4 Pro Appearing Worldwide [Siliconera]

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