Monster Hunter World trailer that was shown during the Capcom Live Stream this week.
PC gamers better prepare their hardware for monsters, as the developers of "Monster Hunter World" have announced that a late 2018 release is quite possible.
Specifically, it's about Elder Dragons. Returning players can now try to hunt down the risky Nergigante dragon, a monster we saw in a previous trailer.
The Kushala Daora is a steel dragon that can control storm clouds and is protected by thick metal plates.
At the event that Capcom is calling "The Monster Hunter Meat Shack" you'll be eating meat platters and burgers of "epic proportions" served from a very big meat spit in the spirit of how Monster Hunter players can carve up beasts for a nice hearty meal.
First and foremost is the news that, yes, there will be yet another open beta test on PS4, beginning 18th January at 18:00 PT (or 19th January at 02:00 GMT for us Brits) and ending 21st January at 17:59 PT (or, 22nd at 01:59 GMT).
Last but not least is the Teostra, which has the ability to spit fire at its foes, and can also engulf any potential threats in a blazing inferno.