Paris Games Week: Trailer for Monster Hunter

Allan Goodman
November 1, 2017

Monster Hunter: World is coming our way on January 26, and now we've been treated to another brand new trailer straight out of Sony's Paris Games Week press conference, one that shows us a bit more of Capcom's game.

Aloy being a part of the game is somewhat fitting since Horizon is clearly inspired by the earlier Monster Hunter games. I love how suitably large this game looks thanks to the jump to HD platforms.

Available starting 9th December, players from around the world can experience three fearsome quests as they join up with other hunters online or take on the beasts alone in the exclusive beta for PlayStation Plus users.

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A Horizon Zero Dawn crossover isn't the only exclusive for the PS4 version of Monster Hunter, as Capcom line-up a beta for this December.

But that's not all, as the PS4 edition of World will also come with some bonus DLC that will be of extreme interest to fans of Guerrilla Games' Horizon Zero Dawn. Considering that the character is highly skilled when it comes to hunting creatures, it's not much of a shock to see her in "Monster Hunter: World".

The beta version will require players to hunt for "a Great Jagras and an Anjanath in the Ancient Forest, and a Barroth in the Wildspire Waste", according to Sony's post. Equipping the full armor set will make your character look just like Aloy, facial likeness and all. A Horizon Zero Dawn collaboration event quest will be available after launch and once completed will allow special materials to be obtained and used at the Smithy to forge special Horizon Zero Dawn collaboration equipment. It's gonna be a wild ride, Monster Hunters! "Details on the exact timing and availability of the Horizon Zero Dawn collaboration quest will be revealed soon". Rotten Vale will be a land of unique and enormous creatures awaits amongst this bed of bones, that will be littered with the skeletons of deceased monsters. Either way, it's a nice surprise and fans can not wait to play as her.

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