If you’re eager to get your hands on the beta of Monster Hunter World, but you have not had the chance to try the first one exclusive to PlayStation Plus subscriber, now it’s the time.
Capcom has just opened the floodgates of the beta to everyone on P4, including those who don’t have PlayStation Plus, regardless of the fact that the trial is online only.
You have a few days to enjoy the beta, as this session will end on December 26th at 9 AM PST ( which translates to Noon EST, 5 PM GMT and 6 PM CET).
The build is the same used for the first beta, so if you played it, there is no new download required. This also means that the content has not changed.
Three different quests are available, one for beginners against a Great Jagras in the Ancient Forest, one intermediate against a Barroth in the Wildspire Waste, and an expert-level one against an Anjanath back in the Ancient Forest All three can be played either solo or in four player co-op, but you still need to be online even if you’re flying without wingmen.
On top of that, you’ll have access to the new training area that will let you test every weapon against a variety of targets.
If you want to learn more about Monster Hunter World, you can also check out a recent batch of screenshots showing the folks at the Survey Resource Management Office, footage showing a hunt for Nergigante, a series of mini-trailers, a trailer from a few days ago, more screenshots showing more of the game’s most relevant NPCs, and our comparison between the three graphics modes on PS4 Pro.
Incidentally, we also recently learned that the game’s dedicated PS4 Pro console sold 33,000 units in Japan on its debut week.
Monster Hunter World will release worldwide on January 26th, for PS4 and Xbox One, with a PC version coming at a later date.