The mod is still a work-in-progress, since it causes a few graphical problems in its current state.
Monster Hunter World is finally out for the PC, and it’s had a record breaking launch. While it’s a pretty good port overall, there are some features, such as ultra-wide support, that we had expected to see in the game that are missing from the official release. Thankfully, a modder is now working to add ultra-wide support to the game- the joys of PC gaming.
As of now, we don’t know if Capcom plans to add support for ultra-wide monitors at some point in the future itself. For now though, YouTuber FluffyQuack has shared a video, in which they show a mod which adds ultra-wide support for the game on PC. However, the mod is still a work-in-progress, because as it stands now, it breaks Volume Rendering Quality, Water Rendering, and can even break all graphics when loading a new level. Hopefully, the mod will be fully functional soon enough so that people can enjoy the game on their ultra-wide monitors.
You can check out FluffyQuack’s mod at work below. Monster Hunter World is currently available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.