Capcom has teamed up with a Monster Hunter in search of evidence for monsters in real life.
Usually people would like to stay away from Yeti or the Mongolian Death Worm. But you might want to start searching for them or any evidence that they are real. Capcom has teamed up with Jon Downes to reward £50,000 to anyone who brings up evidence of monster existence. Jon Downes is the director of the world’s leading research centre and authority on cryptozoology – The Centre for Fortean Zoology in North Devon. Jon Downes will be analyzing all the evidence. Mr Downes said:
“There are stories of monsters from around the world, and while some may be flights of fancy, not every one of these monsters can be made up.
“It is one of life’s great mysteries and similar to Monster Hunter: World, I’ve spent the majority of my life travelling across the globe to hunt for evidence of these creatures.
“Although I have had some successes, I have yet to find that elusive proof and it is time for me to offer my help as I throw down the gauntlet to the next generation.”
But you have to be quick, as the deadline to turn in the evidence is June 30 2018. Anyone who can provide the evidence will receive a full bounty.
Laura Skelly, Senior PR Manager for Capcom said:
“When planning the upcoming launch of Monster Hunter: World we couldn’t help but keep coming back to the real-life monsters we’ve all heard stories about since we were kids.
“Speaking to the world’s leading real-life monster hunter, Jon Downes, we were inspired to re-open investigations into a select list of top 10 beasts, setting a huge bounty to really encourage people to get back out hunting for evidence.
“Much like in the new Monster Hunter: World game, we through it was only right that the scale of the reward fit the task at hand.”
The 10 beasts are: