Last updated on February 6th, 2018
Looks like we’ll be getting another Beta round for the upcoming Monster Hunter: World action-RPG. With Capcom just announcing a final Beta that’ll commence a week prior to the game’s full release, in addition to revealing details on its first post-launch DLC.
Monster Hunter: World – BETA Round 3!
The final beta round will once again, be a PlayStation 4 exclusive, and will begin on January 18th for North America and on the 19th for Europe and Japan, ending on the 21st and 22nd respectively. And as it was in the previous Beta, a PS Plus membership will not be required. For specifics on the times, you can refer to the image below.
This time around, things will be mixed up a little with the inclusion of a fourth quest, which will have players face the large monster, Nergigante. In addition to the usual hunt quests of the Great Jagras, Barroth, and Anjanath that are found across two of Monster Hunter: World‘s locations: the Ancient Forest and the Wildspire Waste.
Furthermore, Capcom has affirmed its plans on supporting the game with post-launch updates, which will be free. And shared information on the first piece of DLC with the monster ‘Deviljho’ that’ll come sometime this spring. And you can check it out in action with the footage below.
The Deviljho is described as one that “must feed constantly and will devour anything in its path, even feeding on the largest of monsters with its massive jowls”.
‘Elder Dragons’ Trailer
We also get a brand-new trailer showing the return of the Elder Dragons. And they’re called: Kushala Daora, Teostra, and Dodogama.
Monster Hunter: World was officially announced, with pre-order details, to launch worldwide for PS4 and Xbox One on January 26th, 2018, with a PC release following sometime later.
And If you’re more of a strategist, then this 101 on Hunting and survey of the Wildspire Waste, complete with recon images, will help you in your hunt.
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