Capcom is offering $70,000 to fans who can prove real-life monsters exist


To celebrate the release of Monster Hunter: World, Capcom is offering a huge reward to would-be hunters.

Capcom is partnering with the Centre for Fortean Zoology, an organization dedicated to finding unknown animals, to offer a reward of $70,000 to anyone who can prove that mythical monsters exist.

Capcom is asking fans to provide evidence of one of 10 monsters in particular, including Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, Mongolian Death Worms, Mermaids, Earth Hounds, Yetis, Chupacabra, the flying snake of Namibia, Yowie, and Cornish Owlman.

If anyone finds any evidence that confirms the existence of one of these 10 legendary monsters, they will need to pass on the information to the Centre for Fortean Zoology, who will examine the evidence to determine its legitimacy.

Hunters have until June 30 to provide evidence of one of these monsters to claim their reward.

If you happen to suddenly find evidence of these 10 mythical creatures after the deadline, it might be worth contacting your local news agency to see if you can claim an even bigger reward then what Capcom offered.