Monster Hunter: World brings Capcom's big game huntin' franchise to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in January, with a PC release to follow later, so more previews have been rolling in. The most substantial is an extended overview trailer timed nicely with the launch of the beta test demo in Japan. Check out nearly 10 minutes of characters, story, monsters, and gameplay in the footage after the jump.
If you've been holding out for your chance to ride around on Epona in Monster Hunter Stories, that day is almost upon us. Nintendo will be bringing The Legend of Zelda DLC to Capcom's 3DS spin-off on September 28, tossing in the Master Sword, Link's outfit, and more for free.
Capcom updated details for Monster Hunter: World, which is officially set for a global launch on PS4 and Xbox One on January 26, 2018. The PC version will follow later. In addition to a standard release, World will be available in a Digital Deluxe Edition and Collector's Edition, and Japan is getting a special PS4 Pro console on December 7.
Capcom has a fresh preview for Monster Hunter: World out of the recent Gamescom event in Germany, and this one is all about multiplayer. Watch as producer Ryozo Tsujimoto and director Kaname Fujioka get in in on some cooperative hunting action after the jump.
In preparation for Gamescom, Capcom shared some new footage for Monster Hunter: World, starting with a look at one of the new locations, Wildspire Waste. Explore various parts of the area, which is a mix of a dry expanse and swamplands, after the jump.