Monster Hunter: World Iceborne Reveals The Deadly Barioth (VIDEO)
As the release date for Monster Hunter: World’s Iceborne expansion rapidly approaches, Capcom has begun to tease all the exciting things fans can look forward to, particularly the things that will more than likely try to eat you. The latest reveal is a new gameplay trailer featuring a turf war between a Banbaro and a Barioth, the latter of which is a more iconic monster from the Monster Hunter series. Check out the Barioth in all its glory below:
As shown in the above trailer, the Barioth is quite the formidable foe, and players will have their hands full trying to take it down on their own. As with the main game, utilizing a turf war to one’s advantage is a great way of taking down enemies that would otherwise be extremely difficult to solo. Here are some more details about the upcoming expansion:
“The Iceborne expansion builds on every aspect of Monster Hunter: World, starting with an all-new story that picks up after the main game and whisks hunters away to a newly discovered chilly locale called Hoarfrost Reach. The snow-covered terrain offers an ecosystem that contrasts areas in the main game and progressively expands with the story. Iceborne is set to offer the largest region in the game so far, presenting hunters a wealth of new content with even more quests to face than in the original release.”
Monster Hunter: World Iceborne launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 6, with a PC release slated for sometime in the future.
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