Monster Hunter World PS Plus Beta on PS4 Details Revealed
A few weeks before its debut, Monster Hunter World will be put to the test by the PlayStation 4 players thanks to the Beta phase that will begin in a few days. Capcom detailed everything that we will find in the Beta of the game and the limits of the experience.
Capcom announced that the Monster Hunter World Beta on PlayStation 4 will begin on December 9 at 9:00 AM, Pacific Time and will end on December 12 at the same time, so that we will have access to the game for 3 full days.
At the beginning it is important that you know that the Beta requires an active PS Plus account and there will be no offline mode, so you will have to be connected at all times. The company reported that the main objective of the Beta is to test the performance of the servers and the allocation system of games.
Once you start with the Monster Hunter World Beta you can select the character’s name and appearance, as well as that of his companion, Palico. Capcom reported that in this item will only be available 6 types of male characters, female and accompanying, so you can not access as such to the personalization system.
Once you give basic character and your Palico you can choose weapons, equipment and select a mission, in which you can decide between being a leader or member of a team. For the test phase, there will be 3 missions, 2 in Ancient Forest, where you will have to hunt Great Jagras and Anjanath, as well as another mission in Wildspire Waste, where you will try to hunt a Barroth.
As mentioned at the beginning, the Monster Hunter World Beta will also test the allocation of games and the online environment, so you can select the language and determine if you want to play with other players who speak the same language. The available languages are Japanese, English, French, Italian, German and Spanish. The forms of communication include voice chat, text message, and emoticons.
Another detail to take into account is that the Beta of the game will not allow you to save the advance so that once it goes on the market you will have to start from the beginning. On the other hand, online experience with other players will not let you make changes in the full game, so you can not join a session already started.
Monster Hunter World will arrive on January 26 on PS4 and Xbox One.