Monster Hunter World Is Getting Another Beta Before Launch

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See the new screens and trailers below!

In other Monster Hunter World news, the publisher of gaming magazine Famitsu predicts that the game has the potential to sell 10 million copies worldwide, mainly due to its popularity in Japan.

In a somewhat surprising move, Capcom has made it officially clear that the launch of Monster Hunter: World will not be the end of the game.

The trailer also highlights more than just the Elder Dragons... we also get to see numerous various creatures from the game in glorious eighth-gen quality.

Monster Hunter World Is Getting Another Beta Before Launch
Monster Hunter World Is Getting Another Beta Before Launch

Now we get a look at the elder dragons as well as the first free dlc monster Deviljho that is set to release this Capcom has promised that they will constantly be adding content to the game and look forward to players exploring the world in its entirety. Along with these two beasts, the trailer also features the monster Dodogama which is a rock-eating wyvern that has a unique saliva that can make rocks become explosive. In addition to the previously released Great Jagras, Anjanath and Barroth quests, players will now be able to battle against the game's terrifying and challenging flagship monster Nergigante.

Not only that, during the Japanese live streaming of the game, Capcom also confirmed there will be regular content updates throughout.

Monster Hunter: World comes to PS4 and Xbox One in January 26, 2018, with a PC release to follow in Fall 2018. I hear you cry well Capcom has also outlined their plans to keep up with major updates, the first of which will be arriving Spring 2018. New details pertaining to the beasts were revealed in a press release, the excerpt of which you can find below.

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