Monster Hunter World trailer reveals new pet at PSX 2017

PSX 2017 Monster Hunter World Mega Man & Cinematic Showcased

The Mega Man crossover content for Monster Hunter: World doesn't stop there. The beta will kick off this Saturday, December 9th at 9:00 a.m. PT / 12:00 p.m. ET and run until Tuesday, December 12th at 8:59 a.m. PT / 11:59 a.m. ET.

While the demo doesn't start until December 9, if you're a PlayStation Plus member, you can start the download process today.

Also according to the Capcom-Unity blog, you'll be able to take on a total of three Quests in the Monster Hunter World Beta, stretching across two unique areas. Mega Man palicoes will be able to chug energy tanks and eat sausages, and players will be able to take part in monster hunts while also listening to classic Mega Man chiptunes. Communicating effectively when hunting monster is of the utmost importance.

For a deeper look on what to expect from the beta this weekend hunters can equip themselves with the brand new video asset here. Just make sure you use the same Sony Entertainment Network account for both the beta and the full game. You can choose from 14 different weapon types based on your preferred play style, which you can change any time during quests at the camp. For additional information on the game, visit the Monster Hunter website.



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