Monster Hunter World News PS4

Monster Hunter World PS4 Beta ends today

monster hunter world ps4 beta

UPDATE: The Monster Hunter World beta is about to end, sadly. If you’re wondering when Capcom will switch the servers off, then get your tissues at hand for 5pm GMT.

During the beta, players were able to partake in three epic quests either solo or with a team of four. There was also the chance to test out many of Monster Hunter World’s weapons and enjoy some great boss fights. Until the next time, hunters!

To clarify, the Monster Hunter World beta end time is as follows on December 12.

  • UK: 5pm (GMT)
  • Europe: 6pm (CST)
  • East Coast US: 12:01pm (EDT)
  • West Coast US: 9am

Original Story

The Monster Hunter World PS4 beta is almost ready to roll, and PlayStation gamers won’t have to wait long to slay mythical beasts!

Monster Hunter World PS4 beta

You can preload the beta client on December 8, and get into the action on:

  • December 9 at 9am PST/6pm GMT/6pm CET

The Monster Hunter World beta concludes on:

  • December 12 at 9am PST/6pm GMT/6pm CET

The Monster Hunter World PS4 beta file size has been confirmed as 5.9GB, and anyone with a PlayStation Plus account can join in the fun. Capcom will be testing the multiplayer servers and have confirmed that all data will be wiped once the test has ended.

It’s been confirmed that you’ll be able to play across two environments, including the Ancient Forest and Wildspire Waste, either solo or with three players. As well as being able to test out all weapon types in both in the dedicated Training Room and while out hunting, players will get bonus rewards that will carry over the full release.

Monster Hunter World PS4 beta features three quests

The beta will feature three quests across two environments from the game. Each quest can be played solo or with up to three other players online.


Here’s some more details:

“Running for three days, hunters participating in the beta can tackle the hungry Great Jagras, a scavenger capable of swallowing other monsters whole, or the fiery and territorial Anjanath, both of which roam the dense and complex eco-system within the Ancient Forest. For those feeling brave enough they can adventure to the desert land of the Wildspire Waste where the armored Barroth can be found lurking in the muddy waters, waiting to unleash its devastating charge attack.”

The Monster Hunter World release date is currently set for January 26, 2018 on PS4 and Xbox One. A PC release will follow.