Monster Hunter World is set to launch later this month but before the game launches, Capcom has planned another Monster Hunter World Beta, however, this beta is exclusive to PlayStation 4. A key part of the stream was revealing a new trailer that featured both new, and returning, Elder Dragons.
The first console version of Monster Hunter, Monster Hunter: World, in many moons is so close I can just smell it.
You'll note at least three new monsters introduced in the trailer.
Release date Monster Hunter: World for PC gamers upset.
The two dragons that have been confirmed to be heading into the game is the steel dragon Kushala Daora and the flame king dragon Teostra.
Surprising no-one, Capcom have confirmed that Monster Hunter: World will be supported with post-launch content updates, many of which will be free.
And finally, Capcom has offered a tease at what players can expect post-launch content to look like.
This will take place exclusively on PS4 from January 18 until the 22. It will include the monsters from the previous beta: Great Jagras, Anjanath and Barroth. Players will be able to put their hunting skills to the test against this brute. "Deviljho must feed constantly and will devour anything in its way, even feeding on the largest of monsters with its massive jowls", Capcom said.
Curious hunters will have one more chance to try out Monster Hunter: World thanks to a final beta test, which will be playable for all PlayStation 4 owners in North America from January 18-22.
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