The high-resolution texture pack for Monster Hunter: World will be launched this coming April.\r\n\r\nThis new update will be for free. Then again, players might need to beef up the size of their video card to be able to run the game.\r\n\r\nMonster Hunter: World\u2019s latest significant facelift will be released together with the 5.2 updates. This pack will be free on Steam, but a huge chunk of one\u2019s disk space will be needed. It\u2019s reported that the update will need, on the minimum, almost 40GB of storage space. Aside from that, it\u2019ll only run, on the minimum, with 8GB VRAM.\r\n\r\nIn a comparison image, developers showed the difference between the two versions. The updated one undeniably looks better. Many critics and fans aren\u2019t sure if the 40GB version is better, though. Then again, those who have a video card and huge free storage space might just give this update a shot.\r\n\r\nFull details of the high-resolution texture pack\u2019s hardware requirement will only be posted after this update comes live. This will be barring any unforeseen complications and issues until April 4.\r\n\r\nAside from these, the said update will also be adding TAA+FXAA options to the Advanced Graphics setting anti-aliasing menu.\r\nOther updates include a better mouse control feature, inviting friends to private games, and fixes to various game bugs. The former option will be less sensitive to the player\u2019s unintentional movement.\r\n\r\nPlayers can, therefore, use this when controlling the game\u2019s Focus Camera with his mouse.\r\n\r\nWith all the updates and expansions in the pipeline, it is undeniable that Capcom really capitalized on Monster Hunter World. This update is just one of the many Monster Hunter-related activities that will be rolled out within the year.\r\n\r\nTo recap, it was recently revealed that the game\u2019s second largest user population is on PC.\r\n\r\nCapcom recently courted PC, and it is set to launch a bunch of multiplatform and great ports releases. This list includes Resident Evil 2 Remake and of course, Monster Hunter: World. Capcom\u2019s efforts eventually paid off as Monster Hunter exceeded expectations and even went beyond. Its PC version bagged a commendable spot being the game\u2019s second biggest platform.\r\n\r\nCapcom was very ecstatic with how Monster Hunter\u2019s PC version performed. As a matter of fact, Antoine Molant, Capcom\u2019s Marketing Director, even confirmed the game\u2019s laudable performance.\r\n\r\nMolant said in an interview that without stating the details, Monster Hunter gained the second biggest spot among all platforms. He also said that this commendation is incredibly important.\r\n\r\nMonster Hunter: World is also the first ever game from Capcom that exceeded the 10 million mark of units shipped. The game contributed a year of record-breaking high profits for Capcom.\r\n\r\nThis year\u2019s expansion is expected to make the game outdo its previous records.