Monster Hunter: World Ancient Forest Gameplay
The highly anticipated Monster Hunter: World was revealed at this years E3, so of course, I am hyped with many other hunters that we are getting a console release. Right now we have game footage of the Ancient Forest mission where we will get a deeper glimpse on the strategy of hunting monsters. This is good for you new hunters out there to see how intense and what upgrades there will be while tracking down said monsters.
This was a pretty good video showing you options of other monsters around the area while you are doing a mission. I for one am the type to take a bit on the side and hunt more than one, but since this is a time attack mission. It would be tasked to take on both huge monsters, especially when the main target is putting up such a fight.
Weapons are Key!
I have been a hunter since the PS2, moved on to PSP and then the 3DS XL. I love the glaive weaponry, but I tend to switch long sword at times for the high defense and power. I am not sure as of yet what other weapons they will add, but the grappling hook will utilize a lot. I hope they still let us build traps for the hunt, but don’t get me wrong using the environment is a nice touch as well and brings a whole new tactic to the game.
Oh-kay I am a big scary dude and I love these little guys ever since they became your sidekick in the 3DS XL version and having to build their little weaponry as well as armor. I am not expecting the same level of content that Nintendo brought to us that made that fun to farm, but dammit I want a Kratos Palico or weaponry for my little buddy! Now only is having a Palico a great idea, but scout flies will play a huge part in the game. I am digging all the tools that are being granted to us.
That Good Meat…Pause!
Carve it up and make sure you leave nothing to rot in the background. I did get a bit annoyed when after doing all that damage and finally taking off the tail. The player left the freaking tail behind and I am screaming at the scream, “You better go back and crave that thing!” They are showing off the bow gun and it is all right, but I am more into melee. That is the beauty of Monster Hunter: World is the team based combat where everyone can use different weapons that fit their play style so you all can handle situations differently.
Monster Hunter: World sees players gear up to venture on quests to battle against fearsome monsters, progressively improving their hunting abilities as they play. Loot collected from fallen foes can be used to create new equipment and armor upgrades as players seamlessly move across map areas that comprise the living ecosystems. The landscape and its diverse inhabitants play a critical role as players strategically use the surrounding environment to their advantage. Hunters must use their cunning and abilities to survive the intense and evolving fights as they battle to become the ultimate hunter!
I do hope the next video goes in-depth about the weapons and armor farming, but for now, we just have to wait for more information develops. Monster Hunter: World will be out sometime in 2018 and I hope to see you in the next update. – Beast Out –
- Welcome to the new World: Taking on the role of a hunter, players are tasked with going on a research expedition to a newly discovered continent known only as “new world” as they
venture on quests to discover more about this mysterious land.
- Living and breathing ecosystem: Utilize the surrounding environment and wildlife to your advantage. For example, pit monsters against one another to lure the main target creature to the right place, but be careful not to become hindered by the hazards they present.
- Global simultaneous release: For the first time in the Monster Hunter series the latest title will release within the same launch window and unite hunters across the world with cross-region cooperative play options.
- Online drop-in multiplayer: When the battle is too daunting to take on single-handedly, hail up to three other hunters to assist during quests by sending up a SOS flare to a worldwide server full of potential teammates.
- Hunt to craft new gear: Defeat monsters and collect loot from fallen foes to craft equipment and weapons styled after the monsters that have been slain. Selecting the right loadout can help exploit enemy weaknesses to gain an advantage in battle.
- Master the beasts: A variety of ferocious creatures inhabit the new world landscape including the series mainstay Rathalos and the all new Anjanath. Players can mount the monsters with the dynamic riding mechanic, allowing them to travel along the monster’s body and deliver locational damage.
- Seamless gameplay: Players and monsters can move from one map area to another freely and without loading screens whilst gameplay also dynamically transitions between night and day.