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The final beta lets players fight flagship monster Nergigante.

Monster Hunter: World will hold a final open beta on PlayStation 4 from Friday, January 19 through Monday, January 22, Capcom announced today.

The upcoming beta will not require a PlayStation Plus subscription. Additionally, it includes a new quest to hunt flagship monster Nergigante, who was unavailable in previous betas. The beta’s original three quest targets – Great Jagras, Barroth and Anjanath – will still be available.

Capcom also released a trailer introducing new and returning Elder Dragons coming in Monster Hunter: World. To the delight of series veterans, fan favorites Kushala Daora and Teostra will join newcomer Dodogama. Kushala Daora is a steel-clad storm on legs and Teostra a ferocious emperor of embers, and Capcom describes Dodogama as a rock-eating wyvern armed with explosive saliva.

As previously reported, Monster Hunter: World will receive new monsters via free DLC. Today, Capcom detailed the first of those DLCs, which will arrive this spring and bring back another beloved monster: Deviljho, a voracious pile of muscle and teeth.

Monster Hunter: World will launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Friday, January 26. However, as Capcom announced earlier this week, the PC version is planned for this fall. Luckily, Monster Hunter: World is just one of 41 big games we already know are coming this year.

Austin Wood is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.






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