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. Venture on quests alone or with up to three hunters in a newly designed online drop-in multiplayer system which allows cross-region cooperative play between Japan and the west, uniting the player base for the first time ever. Explore various parts of the area, which is a mix of a dry expanse and swamplands, below. The trailer reveals a handful of monsters, including the mud-slinging brute wyvern Barroth and a brand new bird wyvern known as Kulu-Ya-Ku. Don't be fooled by its taste for smaller meals though, this creature will charge anyone or anything that invades its territory and only the bravest of hunters can take on the challenge to bring it down.
Both videos can be viewed below thanks to Monster Hunter YouTube channel. And the fourth step is to upgrade your equipment.
Monster Hunter: World Gets a New Trailer Offering First Look at Wildspire Waste Area
Monster Hunter: World is looking mighty fine so far, and each and every new video that Capcom releases gets us a bit more excited to gear up and go hunting.
Monster Hunter World will come to the PC at some point in 2018. The game will make its way to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 first and will be released on PC at a later date.