That’s on top of previous missions such as ‘Great Devourer, Great Jagras’, ‘Wildspire Rampage’ and ‘The Ancient Forest Menace’.
As the names suggest, these missions take place in the Ancient Forest and the Wildspire Waste.
Things are looking good for Capcom ahead of the release date, as Monster Hunter World gets a near-perfect review score in Famitsu (via Resetera).
The Japanese magazine rewards the game an impressive 39/40 review score.
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Asked if there were plans for an Xbox One beta, Tsujimoto replied: “No, we’re focusing on PS4 right now.”
Tsujimoto also confirmed that PS4 Pro and Xbox One X patches would be available at launch.
Xbox One X and PS4 Pro users will be able to play the optimised version of Monster Hunter World on day one.
Fans will be able to choose from different modes that enhance the performance, resolution or graphics.
As an added bonus, Sony has also revealed a Monster Hunter World-themed PS4 Pro console bundle, complete with a custom controller and copy of the game.