Monster Hunter Games Ranked From Worst To Best
1 Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
It’s been nearly four years since its original release, and yet Monster Hunter World, combined with its huge Iceborne DLC, is still the best Monster Hunter experience available right now. Firstly, this is the most beautiful and smoothest Monster Hunter game ever, especially if you can play it on a 4K capable PC or console. The world also features seamless open environments, rather than split maps riddled with loading screens like every previous game in the series. The world maps are also much more detailed, filled with local life and interactive elements such as vines to swing on or boulders to throw on a monster’s head.
That doesn’t mean that Monster Hunter World is flawless. World originally launched with a small roster of monsters and even thinner end content, and while the post-launch DLC and the Iceborne expansion greatly increased the roster, added even more new mechanics (such as the clutch claw), and gave players a ton of options, other games in the series have still dwarfs World and Iceborne in terms of content. World became Capcom’s best-selling game of all time and solidified the franchise’s presence in the West. And yes, it’s still worth revisiting if you haven’t played in a while or ran out of Rising before Sunbreak’s release later this year.