Monster Hunter World New Screenshots Showcase Characters And More
Monster Hunter World, the soon to release new entry in the series currently in development for PC and consoles, has received today a new batch of screenshots.
The new screenshots, which can be found right below, focus on some of the characters who have been sent to colonize the new continent. Among them are the Commander, Sword Master, Field Master, the palico Chef and others. Some of the screenshots also focus on the base of operation where these experts were based.
Earlier this week, it's been confirmed that Monster Hunter World will receive plenty of post-launch support which will add, among other things, some new monsters.
A few days ago, PlayStation Plus subscribers also had the chance to try out the game before anyone else. The PS4 Pro graphics settings have also been revealed, confirming that the game will come with Prioritize Resolution, Prioritize Framerate and Prioritize Graphics modes. Three different quests were also available.
Quests: The beta features 3 quests across 2 environments from the game. In the Ancient Forest, you can hunt a fierce yet beginner-friendly Great Jagras or as a more experienced player confront the mighty threat of an Anjanath. In the Wildspire Waste, a massive, dry expanse with swamplands, you can face off against the intermediate level mud-slinging Barroth.
Additional Notes: Each quest can be done solo or with up to three other players online, and you’ll be able to choose from 14 different weapon types based on your preferred playstyle, which you can now change during quests at camp. 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! Potions and other supplies will be provided on quests during the beta, but you’ll have to fetch your own food and drinks outside the game for those long gameplay sessions.
Monster Hunter World launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next month. The PC version has yet to be dated.
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