Folks interested in Capcom’s Monster Hunter: World will find that a second beta for the game is now live for PS4 players to join. No PS Plus subscription is required to play the second beta; the second phase is set to end on December 26th, 2018.
If you are on the fence and leery about Capcom and Monster Hunter: World, there’s good news in that you can try the game on PS4 without an active subscription. The action-adventure title’s second beta started on December 22nd and will include a handful of features to confirm if World is a title to consider, skip or buy.
Capcom also sent this second beta phase out to gamers who missed out on the previous beta earlier this month. The second beta, according to monsterhunterworld.com, is live now and will end at 9:00 A.M. PT / 12:00 P.M. ET / 5:00 P.M. GMT on December 26th.
The beta features three quests across two levels, much like the first phase. This means that you can hunt the Great Jagras or the Anjanath in the Ancient Forest, or the Barroth in the Wildspire Waste.
Each of the three named quests will opt for solo or online cooperative play in which up to three people can join in and help you. Moreover, if you have the same account as the previous Monster Hunter: World beta you can jump in using the same client installed.
If you don’t have the beta installed from the PlayStation Store, you will need at least 5.47 GB of free space in order to download it.
Lastly, as a clarification, the second beta that’s currently live calls for no PS Plus subscription. The full game, however, will call for you to have PS Plus subscription in order to participate in online hunts/events when it launches next month.
Monster Hunter: World is slated to debut for PC sometime later in 2018, while the PS4 and Xbox One version are set to release on January 26th, 2018.
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