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06 January 2018, 01:45 | Camille Rivera
Monster Hunter World – will it finally be a worldwide hit
Also if you are a PS4 player the open beta for Monster Hunter: World will be available to play from January the 19th through to January the 22nd. Two returning elders made their debut in the trailer, Teostra and Kushala Daora, and are even seen clashing against one another in a fight.
If you're looking to sink your teeth into life as a monster hunter, there isn't much longer to wait.
You can check out the flame king dragon Teostra with risky 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. Dodogama will be making its first appearance in World, and is a rock-eating dragon that can cause said rocks to become explosive with its saliva.
First and foremost, a third PlayStation-exclusive beta was announced, and will start at 6PM PST on January 18 in the USA and 2AM GMT on January 19 in the UK. You'll be able to track down a new target named Nergigante.
Finally, the company talked about their plans for post release support, including both DLC and regular free content updates. Players will be able to put their hunting skills to the test against this brute.
Starting January 18 at 6 PM Pacific Standard Time, every PS4 player can play the already released Great Jagras, Anjanath, and Barroth quests in Monster Hunter: World. "This wild beast really is one for only the bravest of hunters to take on!" said Capcom.
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Actresses are also being called upon to wear black at the Golden Globe awards on January 7 in solidarity with the movement. The initiative, which is called " Time's Up " was announced on Monday in a full-page advert in the New York Times .