Monster Hunter: World TGS 2017 special stage: Coral Highlands, new monsters, Training Area, more - Gematsu
Monster Hunter: World TGS 2017 special stage: Coral Highlands, new monsters, Training Area, more
posted on 09.24.17 at 07:25 AM EDT by (@salromano)
The final stage event of Tokyo Game Show 2017.

Monster Hunter: World

Capcom’s final stage event for Monster Hunter: World at Tokyo Game Show 2017 featured gameplay of the Coral Highlands map first revealed in the game’s latest trailer, new monsters, and new facilities.

The monsters featured in the Coral Highlands include the Bird Wyverns Tzitzi-Ya-Ku and Paolumu, and the Flying Wyvern Legania.

The new facilities include the “Ecology Research Station” and “Training Area”:

Ecology Research Station

Players have a “Research Level” that increases by gathering traces of monsters, etc. As your Research Level increases, so does your Scoutflies’ abilities, such as guiding you to the next trace with fewer traces. A bestiary is also being prepared, which will fill out as your Research Level increases. The bestiary contains rewarding information such as fleshiness, weak spots, resistances, and what comes out when you destroy body parts.

Monster Hunter: World

Monster Hunter: World

Training Area

A training-dedicated map where you can thoroughly practice weapon use. In addition to the weapon’s control method and combo explanations, it also displays various other information. There are barrels of various hardness that imitate the fleshiness of monsters, which you can use to check how they can be damaged. You can change your weapon at any time. Ammo-based weapons like the bowgun have unlimited supply.

Monster Hunter: World

Monster Hunter: World is due out worldwide for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 26. In Japan, it will only be released for PlayStation 4. A PC version is due out at a later date.

Watch the special stage event below, featuring footage of the Ecology Research Station, Training Area, and Coral Highlands.

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