New Monster Hunter World screenshots & trailer released
- Author: Gina Adkins Nov 01, 2017,
Nov 01, 2017, 0:28
Capcom confirmed during the Sony PlayStation Showcase at Paris Games Week that a beta for Monster Hunter: World will be available exclusively for PlayStation Plus users starting 9th - 12th December, 2017. Players can hunt the Great Jagras, the Anjanath, or the armoured Barroth. Yep, you'll be able to use Aloy gear within the game, as you can glimpse at in the above trailer!
Starting on the 9th December, the beta will allow Playstation Plus players to experience three quests on the hunt for odd, wonderful and powerful monsters: the Great Jagras, capable of swallowing other monsters whole, the Anjanath which roams the Ancient Forest and the armoured Barroth which dwells in the desert land of the Wildspire Waste.
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And the PS4 exclusive announcements didn't end here, as the company also revealed a beta for the game starting on December 9. It will also include Palico armor that makes the player's Palico look like one of the machines from Horizon: Zero Dawn.
All of this and more can be seen in Arekkz's breakdown above. Be sure to check out the Rotten Vale trailer with all new monsters and details below! The full armor set will make any player character look like Aloy from head to toe, including facial likeness. Hunters can courageous the beast alone or with their team of four hunters.
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Look for more information on World in the weeks ahead.