One of the advantages of PC-versions of games is the support of mods created by players. However, more and more developers refuse to support modifications, especially in a multiplayer game. Therefore, Capcom’s decision to add support for the Steam Workshop to Monster Hunter World was quite unexpected.
Today, the publisher has added the Workshop interface to the game’s Steam page — it is through it that the official support for modifications is implemented for many games. At the same time, for some reason, the Workshop icon can only be seen by players who already own a copy of the game.
Naturally, when you click on a special button, users see an empty section of the game, but this is not surprising, since the release of Monster Hunter World will take place only tomorrow, August 9.
Of course, all this can only be a mistake on the part of someone from Capcom, but the support of modifications may well give MHW tons of interesting content and gameplay improvements.