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Capcom Unveils New Area, Monsters in New Monster Hunter

20 August 2017, 10:59 | Francis Delgado

Monster Hunter: World Looks Epic in Two New Trailers

Capcom Unveils New Area, Monsters in New Monster Hunter: World Trailer

Today Capcom released two brand new trailers of its upcoming mainline Monster Hunter game, Monster Hunter World. You may also spot the Kulu-Ya-Ku, a bird creature that steals other monster's eggs from both the Ancient Forest and Wildspire Waste. Called Wildspire Waste, the area is a "mostly dry expanse with swamplands". The trailer focuses on an area known as Wildspire Waste.

For those willing hunters attending GamesCom next week, don't forget to check out the title on the Sony Consumer Booth in Hall 7 and get ready for your first quest to the New World!

Monster Hunter: World, the latest instalment in the 40 million unit selling franchise, brings back the gargantuan series favourite Barroth; who can be found marking his territory and hunting for ants - tasty! The second step is to hunt the monster.

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If you've played any of the previous Monster Hunter games then what's shown off in the trailers should be familiar. Monster Hunter: World is scheduled to launch in 2018 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. In the new video you can see some more of the creatures you can expect to come across upon adventuring on your quest.

Monster Hunter: World is significant in the sense that it is the first time since 2010 that the series will release a game on a home console (and first on PC ever).



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