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Monster Hunter World Will Get 3rd Public Beta Test, New Trailer And Update Info Shared

Elder Dragons, Free DLC, Beta and PC release

Monster Hunter: World is in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The PC version will be coming in the Fall of this year.

According to him, the upcoming beta for Monster Hunter World will feature a new monster for players to take on along with 3 monsters featured in the previous beta.

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. Of course, Dodogama will spit at attackers in an attempt to scare you off, and you can probably expect to find it in a cave, canyon, or other rocky area so you'll want to approach with caution.

Elder Dragons, Free DLC, Beta and PC release
Elder Dragons, Free DLC, Beta and PC release

Capcom is holding yet another beta, though it is exclusive to the PS4. 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. This enormous beast has the ability to regenerate very quickly, regardless of which limbs you manage to chop off.

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 first major update will bring the fan-favorite monster "Deviljho" to the game.

Retaining the series' skill based progression and robust crafting system, players gear up to venture on quests to seek and slay monsters, progressively improving their skills to become the ultimate hunter. Monster Hunter World owners on either platform will be able to meet him via a free post-launch DLC, due later this spring. Watch for its surprising agility and poisonous emission when enraged.

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