On Aug. 13, WeGame announced that Monster Hunter: The World, released on its own platform, had been pulled from the shelves for a large number of reports, and that unconditional refund channels were open because of the lack of follow-up services.
However, the game's recommendation rate does not decline but rises, so far, the cumulative user recommendation rate has reached 94.7%, the current version recommendation rate is as high as 97.1%.
In the evaluation of the game, many players said they would support Tencent and would not refund. They saw Tencent's sincerity during the introduction of "Monster Hunter: The World" from WeGame, whether on-line date, price or online experience are better than Steam's version. They hope Tencent will not give up and want to take this opportunity to express their wishes.
The reason Monster Hunter: The World really went off the shelves on WeGame was that the content was approved for release on WeGame, but the subsequent development was not approved.
However, Tencent believes it is only a matter of time before Monster Hunter is approved, with 15 games currently under review and more to be released in the future.