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Monster Hunter World has one last playable beta and it’s live right now

Capcom’s Monster Hunter World is due to launch before the end of this month, but will have one last public beta before its release.

This will take place exclusively on PS4 from January 18 until the 22. It will feature a brand new mission where you’ll face Nerigigante, a formidable beastie that won’t go down easily.

The previous three missions available in past beta periods will also be available. Completing them will unlock supply drops to be claimed in the full game containing consumable items and equipment.

Monster Hunter World is set to launch on January 26 for PS4 and Xbox One. However, the PC version will not be coming until later in 2018 with a solid release date still unconfirmed.

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We recently travelled to Kyoto, Japan and got our hands on Monster Hunter World, and came away pretty impressed:

“I never thought I’d become a Monster Hunter fan, but I’m now a convert. Yes, there remain minor quirks that I find odd or frustrating, but overall I had much fun running around its stunning spaces and killing multiple bizarre creatures.”

Capcom has also announced that Monster Hunter World will receive new content in the form of free post-launch updates adding new missions, monsters and loot to collect.

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