Monster Hunter Meat Shack will offer food, alcohol and a chance to play up to 90 minutes of World.
Monster Hunter World will be getting one final beta weekend on PS4 from January 18-22, Capcom has confirmed. The limited-edition controller costs 6,480 yen (roughly $57) and comes in red with a Rathalos wing pattern on its grips. They plan on releasing the first DLC in the Spring of 2018 (not long after the game's launch), and will have plenty more content updates as the year progresses - all for free. If you're planning on jumping into Monster Hunter big time, Monster Hunter World will be a great starting point. Each Starter Pack bundle retails for 35,980 yen (about $318).
The company also released a press statement offering more details on these monsters that you will be hunting.
In a somewhat surprising move, Capcom has made it officially clear that the launch of Monster Hunter: World will not be the end of the game. The second trailer is a sneak peek at the Deviljho Update, the first of several free patches - featuring new quests, monsters and armor - set to debut in 2018. A key part of the stream was revealing a new trailer that featured both new, and returning, Elder Dragons.
A new Monster Hunter: World trailer introduces the Elder Dragons-mighty, element-breathing beasts who have migrated to the New World for reasons unknown. One, named Dodogama, has a unique saliva that causes rock to become explosive. The beta test is planned to start on January 19th till January 21st and it is again exclusive to PS4. "This wild beast really is one for only the bravest of hunters to take on!" said Capcom.