Unfortunately, this beta is going to be limited to PlayStation 4 players, which has been something of a running theme through Monster Hunter: World's testing history. While the game is scheduled to release for both Xbox One and PlayStation4 later this month, users can join this final beta on January 18. The limited-edition controller costs 6,480 yen (roughly $57) and comes in red with a Rathalos wing pattern on its grips.
Capcom has also confirmed the news that there are plans for post-launch support of Monster Hunter: World such as regular content updates and a major title update which will be free for all players. As this year's autumnal equinox is on September 22, "Monster Hunter: World" could be released by then. Each Starter Pack bundle retails for 35,980 yen (about $318). See the new screens and trailers below! But that's not all, as the video ends with a preview of one of the monsters that all owners of the game will receive periodically after launch. Monster Hunter: World has been through a couple of different betas already, and this upcoming test will offer all of the content from those previous tests.
The press release also details the Dodogama, which is a wyvern that eats rocks and has saliva that can cause the rocks to become explosive. The first major update will bring the fan-favorite monster "Deviljho" to the game.
First and foremost, a third PlayStation-exclusive beta was announced, and will start at 6PM PST on January 18 in the United States and 2AM GMT on January 19 in the UK.
That's a lot of monster names, but here's one more: Deviljho.