Earlier today, Capcom released yet another video of gameplay footage for Monster Hunter: World ahead of its big-budget release that seeks to earn international appeal.
The trailer itself takes a look at the Coral Highlands map, a stunning location filled with reefs, huge coral, and plenty of ziplines stitching it together. You'll be able to discover a wide variety of monsters roaming the area such as the large Legiana and almost bat-like Paolumu. It's one of the areas Capcom has been showing a lot of since the initial announcement.
Interested PlayStation 4 users will get an exclusive third and final shot at trying at the game before its upcoming launch. The beta will run from January 19 to 21, and will include the same three hunts from the previous betas - Barroth, Anjanath, and the Great Jagras. This time, however, you will also get a chance to fight the Nergigante, one of the most famous monsters in the series. Just be warned you should expect a challenging fight.
Take a look at the nearly ten minutes of footage below:
Monster Hunter: World is set to be released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26. There is a PC release planned, but Capcom revealed last week they have delayed it until autumn to make sure it is primed and ready.