At this year's E3, we were treated to quite a handful of impressive looking games, one being Monster Hunter: World. Although the game is set to make its debut starting in January, Capcom will make a beta demo available for a limited time.
While the demo doesn't start until December 9, if you're a PlayStation Plus member, you can start the download process today. Although this is a beta, you will still get to experience a lot of content.
Per the game notes:
"The beta features three quests set across two different maps: the dense, verdant foliage of the Ancient Forest and the arid sands of the Wildspire Waste. Track your prey across each of these unique landscapes, using the very environment itself to your advantage. Each quest features a different monster for you to try your hand at hunting, but you don't have to go it alone: up to four players can team up online in co-operative multiplayer."
Over the course of four days, players will be able to test their might with a different set of challenges that range from a beginners level, all the way to expert. As mentioned before this demo will start on December 9 and will continue until 8:59 a.m. on December 12. If you miss out on the beta, luckily, you won't have to wait long, as the game will be out in full on January 26.
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