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Monster Hunter: World is just $28 at Walmart thanks to a gold crown-sized discount

Fantastic Black Friday game deals are still popping up, and Walmart's got a big one on offer. A new deal from the retailer lists Monster Hunter: World on PS4 and Xbox One at just $28, a full $32 off its normal price.  

Monster Hunter: World on PS4 for $28 at Walmart

Monster Hunter: World on PS4 for $28 at Walmart
Dive into the most accessible Monster Hunter yet, and experience one of the best co-op games of the year. 

Monster Hunter: World on Xbox One for $28 at Walmart

Monster Hunter: World on Xbox One for $28 at Walmart
The game is nearly a year old at this point, and it's only gotten better with age. New monsters to fight and new gear to craft are regularly added, which keeps hunting fresh. 

Monster Hunter: World was released in January, but even after all these months, it's still one of the best games of 2018. It's the most accessible and approachable Monster Hunter yet, and it keeps getting better thanks to free DLC. The tried-and-true formula of hunting monsters, upgrading your gear, and hunting way bigger monsters is as compelling as ever, and it benefits from more fluid combat and streamlined RPG elements. 

World also features some of the most imaginative creatures in Monster Hunter history, from the spikey Elder Dragon Nergigante to the ethereal behemoth Xeno'jiiva. The game's free DLC monsters included the gilded dragon Kulve Taroth, who plays out like a 16-man raid, and beloved glutton Deviljho. Capcom also added Lunastra, but I won't hold that against them. 

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Austin Wood

Austin freelanced for the likes of PC Gamer, Eurogamer, IGN, Sports Illustrated, and more while finishing his journalism degree, and he's been with GamesRadar+ since 2019. They've yet to realize that his position as a staff writer is just a cover up for his career-spanning Destiny column, and he's kept the ruse going with a focus on news and the occasional feature.