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    Monster Hunter World BETA is available !!!

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    Monster Hunter World BETA is available to download in PlayStation Store R3. Within a few more days, it will be open for all Playstation Plus members to test the game. Monster Hunter World Beta will be only available for three days. (10th December 2017 – 13th December for Malaysia Time Zone GMT +8)

    Monster Hunter World BETA in PSN R3 Store

    For those players who are new to the Monster Hunter Series, there will be a training room. In there those who are not familiar with all 14 the weapons can test them out.

    The BETA will contain 3 quest Which are:
    “Great Devourer, Great Jagras” location: Ancient Forest
    “Wildspire Rampage” location: Wildspire Waste
    “The Ancient Forest Menace” location: Ancient Forest

    Upon completing 3 quests from BETA, players will be reward face paint to customize your character. They will also received potions and traps when full game are release.
    Besides the 3 quests monster Great Jagras, Barroth and Anjanath, there are also a few monster roaming around the area example like Diablos and Rathalos.

    face paint will be available once the full game is release

    Just take note that a player’s progress in BETA will not be saved. More info referred: http://www.monsterhunterworld.com/us/topics/beta/

    The full game of Monster Hunter World will be release on 26th January 2018 next year. Happy Hunting !!!

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