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. You can check out the new trailer that Capcom let loose, below. These include a special Monster Hunter PlayStation 4 controller and console bundles-though sadly, they've only been confirmed for Japan thus far.
We also get the confirmation that the new open beta coming between January 18th and January 22nd will also involve Europe and North America, so you don't have to worry about being left out. This isn't just a rehash of content we've already seen, as this final beta will offer a new boss fight that Monster Hunter fans will definitely want to check out. Additional content will also be available for this testing period, "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 Nergigant".
The press release also details the Dodogama, which is a wyvern that eats rocks and has saliva that can cause the rocks to become explosive. The first DLC monster will be the Deviljho, which will come to the game as a free title update.
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In addition to the beta test, Capcom confirmed post-launch support plans. The second trailer is a sneak peek at the Deviljho Update, the first of several free patches - featuring new quests, monsters and armor - set to debut in 2018.
Monster Hunter: World comes to PS4 and Xbox One in January 26, 2018, with a PC release to follow in Fall 2018. "This wild beast really is one for only the bravest of hunters to take on!" said Capcom.