You can check out the flame king dragon Teostra with unsafe fires, steel dragon Kushala Daora with an entire body covered in metal plates, the rock-eating Dodogama, and several other dragons that can mess with your hunter if you're not careful. A new monster, the fierce-looking Nergigante, will appear as a fourth quest alongside the three you'll be familiar with by now.
The game is now scheduled for launch on January 26, and it's looking especially awesome.
The trailer showcases attractive landscapes from mountainous regions to fiery pits and dense jungles, various up close shots of monsters, massive dragons, a lot of characters and a good amount of gameplay showing combat with multiple monsters. The final beta is planned for PlayStation 4 players in North America on January 18 and will last all the way until January 22nd. They're giving us another glimpse into the world and a look at some new monsters to hunt.
Monster Hunter World beta incoming as new trailer reveals Nergigante
The press release also details the Dodogama, which is a wyvern that eats rocks and has saliva that can cause the rocks to become explosive.
Capcom is planning on several additional content drops after the game launches, including free title updates and new monsters such as Deviljho, which will be available this spring. Players will be able to put their hunting skills to the test against this brute.
From Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th of January at London's Flat Iron Square the Monster Hunter Meat Shack will be serving massive burgers and platters of meaty goodness, totally free, to celebrate the launch of Monster Hunter: World on January 26th. The fearsome beasts have even taken over the latest Monster Hunter: World trailer, because their presence must be made known.
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