Capcom has published 12 minutes of live gameplay footage of Monster Hunter: World‘s “Rotten Vale” area, which was first unveiled in the game’s Paris Games Week 2017 trailer.
Here’s an overview of the location, via Capcom:
Littered with the skeletons of deceased monsters, a land of unique and gigantic creatures awaits amongst this bed of bones. The deeper players journey into the inner layers of the Rotten Vale, the tougher the environment gets with a dangerous and toxic mist blanketing the land obscuring the perils that lurk nearby until the very last minute. The Radobaan, a hulking beast that wears the carcasses scattered around the Vale for armor will need hunters to be quick and fast as they take off chunks of its bone armor and avoid its rolling attacks. Hunters can brave the beast alone or with their team of four hunters. With drop in multiplayer, each hunter has their own story to tell – but will they live to tell it?
Capcom also announced that the Japanese version of the PlayStation 4-only beta test for Monster Hunter: World, which was previously set for December 9, has been moved to December 10. No such change has been announced for the western version of the beta test, which will run from December 9 to 12.
Monster Hunter: World is due out worldwide for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26, 2018. A PC version will be released at a later date. In Japan, Monster Hunter: World will only be available for PlayStation 4.
Watch the footage below (from 1:38:33 to 1:50:38).