Monster Hunter World’s PS4 Beta Gets Tons of Gameplay Showing Characters, Features and More

Capcom shows off a ton of gameplay of Monster Hunter World, from the beta that will open tomorrow for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

on December 8, 2017 3:38 AM

Today Capcom released a large batch of gameplay of the PS4 beta of its upcoming mainline title of the Monster Hunter franchise, Monster Hunter World.

We get several videos. The first showcases the character and palico selection (actual customization will be available only in the final game), on top of the training area. The second gives an overview of the options that will be available in the beta. The third showcase the guide that will lead us around to find our objectives during quests. The fourth showcases the new slinger tool. The fifth illustrates how you attack monsters with your weapons. The sixth focuses on the gadgets at our disposal. The seventh is just a trailer, advertising the availability of the beta on the PlayStation Store.

The beta will be available only to PS4 players that are also PlayStation Plus subscribers. Pre-load is already available on the European PlayStation Store and should appear in North America at some time during the day.

The test itself starts tomorrow, on December 9th at 9 AM PST, which translates to Noon EST, 5 PM GMT, 6 PM CET and 2 AM (on the 10th) Japan Time. it will end on December 12th at the same hour.

If you want to find out all there is to know about the beta, you can check out our dedicated article.

You can check out the videos below. You should also read our recent hands-on preview, that will give you a lot more information on how the game plays and feels.







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