The beta will be focused on the quest system in the game, so players can take part in three different quests that can be completed either solo or in groups of four.
As far as actual game features go, the beta gives a good look into the game. Expect to allot 5.9 GB of free space on your hard drive.
You will encounter a variety of monsters like the Great Jagras (found in the Ancient Forest), Anjanath (Ancient Forest), and Barroth (Wildspire Waste).
In addition to those three quests and multiplayer options, the beta will include your choice of 14 different weapon types that you can change during quests at camp. You will receive rewards in the game, so make sure you're using the same SEN account if you do plan on getting the full game when it's released.
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In their latest blog post, Capcom gives details on what time the beta launches.
Monster Hunter World is out on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on January 26th, 2018, with a PC release to follow at a hopefully-not-too-much-later date. Also during the beta, you will have the option to choose your character between six different presets for males and females. You can even try out each of them before heading out on a quest by visiting the series' all-new Training Room, included in the beta! Check out almost 10 minutes of characters, story, monsters, and gameplay below.
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