Those eager to get their hands on Monster Hunter World will be able to sample it once again as part of a final beta test for the upcoming game. Unlike the second beta that ran in December, this one will introduce some new content, but it’ll unfortunately once again be limited to PlayStation 4.
Capcom announced the third and final beta test today, which will run just days before the game’s full release. The PS4 beta begins at 6 PM PT / 9 PM ET on January 18, or 2 AM GMT on January 19. It concludes on January 21 (or 22) at the same time.
Monster Hunter World’s first beta was conducted in early December, exclusively for PlayStation Plus subscribers on PS4. A second beta followed later in the month for all PS4 owners consisting of the same two areas and three monsters to hunt: the Great Jagras, Anjanath, and Barroth. All of that will be present in this final beta, but you’ll also get to square off against World’s flagship monster, the Nergigante.
Nergigante is an Elder Dragon and the monster featured on World’s box art. The full game also sees the return of several other Elder Dragons, as well as the introduction of some new ones, which are showcased in World’s new trailer.
Monster Hunter World launches for PS4 and Xbox One on January 26. It’s also headed to PC, with Capcom recently saying that version will arrive this fall. The PS4 version has gotten not only preferential treatment with betas, but it will also receive exclusive content themed around Horizon: Zero Dawn. Capcom has similarly announced a limited-edition Monster Hunter PS4 controller and Starter Pack bundles, but only for Japan. World’s first free “major” DLC arrives sometime this spring and adds a new monster.
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