New Monster Hunter World Trailers Reveal Spectacular Wildspire Waste Area, Baroth and More

Caopcom reveals the Wildspire Waste area and more in Monster Hunter World for PS4, Xbox One and PC with two brand new trailers.

on August 18, 2017 5:09 AM

Today Capcom released two brand new trailers of its upcoming mainline Monster Hunter game, Monster Hunter World.

The first trailer reveals a brand new area that will be included in the game on top of the already revealed Ancient Forest, and it’s the Wildspire Waste. On top of that, we also see a few monsters, led by the fan-favorite Baroth.

The second, released only by the Japanese arm of the publisher for now, focuses on the gameplay cycle of the title. We see how you accept quests, access the item box, track monsters, fight and loot them, and then craft equipment from the spoils.

You can check them out below. If you want to see more of what Monster Hunter World looks like, you can enjoy a recent gameplay videoa batch of trailers showcasing all fourteen weapons included in the gamethe full recording of the San Diego Comic Con panel with a large bunch of info and footage, the announcement trailerthe first screenshots, and some impressive direct feed gameplay.

Monster Hunter World will release in early 2018 (before March 31st, to be a bit more precise) for PS4 and Xbox One, with a PC release following at a later time.

The game will be playable to the public for the first time on the show floor at Tokyo Game Show between September 21st and September 24th.


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