Monster Hunter World PlayStation 4 Beta Will Include Single Player Mode, New Details Shared
Some new details on the Monster Hunter World PlayStation 4 exclusive beta have emerged online today, and it's definitely good news for those eagerly anticipating the chance to try the game out before anyone else.
The Official Monster Hunter World Twitter profile has confirmed today that the PlayStation 4 beta, which will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers only, will include a single player mode as well 4 players multiplayer mode. The beta will include three quests, two set in the Ancient Forest, where players will have to take down Gjagras and Anjanath respectively, and the third set in the Wildspire Waste map, where players will have to hunt the Barroth.
— モンスターハンター：ワールド公式 (@MH_official_JP) November 7, 2017
Not too long ago, Dave had the chance to spend some time with Monster Hunter World. Fans of the series will definitely find themselves at home from the start, despite some streamlining.
Monster Hunter World has simplified a few things for newer players and the larger audience PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC are likely to bring in, but at its core is the exact kind of endearing and exciting Monster Hunter combat fans have always loved. Monster Hunter World is going to be big when it launches on January 26th for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, though PC gamers will have to wait a little longer to play.
Monster Hunter World launches on consoles on January 26th, with the PC version launching at a later time.
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