Capcom has launched a new Monster Hunter: World trailer for the sport’s upcoming crossover with Final Fantasy XIV. The huge draw for the occasion is the arrival of Behemoth from Sq. Enix’s long-running RPG collection, however after all there’s additionally new armor to stay up for.
The trailer, which you’ll be able to watch beneath, features a bunch of story setup for the mashup: “Drawn by aetheryte, a customer arrives from the land of Eorzea. The crystal whispers of the beginning of a new chapter for our adventures… As they stand in opposition to the legendary beast that threatens all the New World.”
The trailer reveals a hunter stumbling throughout a sleeping Moogle, after which a Kulu-Ya-Ku appears to be investigating a Crystal from the Final Fantasy universe. Then the Behemoth arrives, towering over the diminutive hunters. “We pray to your success, courageous Warriors of Mild,” the trailer provides. For Final Fantasy followers, the video is plagued by cool references, together with an armor set that look to be impressed by the Dragoon class from Final Fantasy games.
As with most massive monsters, looking a Behemoth goes to be difficult, not simply because it is highly effective and has huge, sweeping assaults, but additionally as a result of he is in a position to name down meteors from the sky. On high of that, evidently monsters that work together with the aforementioned Crystals are additionally given a power increase, because the Kulu-Ya-Ku is proven rising in measurement earlier than attacking.
As beforehand talked about, the Final Fantasy crossover occasion will likely be out there at no cost to PS4 and Xbox One gamers on August 1. Nevertheless, PC gamers should wait somewhat longer, as the sport will not be out there on that platform then. Capcom has confirmed Monster Hunter: World’s PC launch date as August 9. You’ll be able to learn the total PC specs right here.
Monster Hunter: World has proved to be a industrial success for Capcom, and has set a new launch file for the collection in addition to turning into the Japanese firm’s best-selling recreation ever. GameSpot awarded it an 8/10 in our Monster Hunter World review and we described it as “a significant evolution for the collection at massive.”
Source : Gamespot.com