Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Shows Off New Zinogre Trailer (VIDEO)
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is just around the corner and yet, we can’t seem to get enough. From new monsters, abilities and gear sets to new mechanics to use when taking on pesky prey, the expansion aims to bring quite a lot for players to enjoy. A new trailer has arrived showing off a little more on the various things fans will be able to encounter while focusing on the return of a mean-looking creature.
The video below focuses on a fan-favorite called the Zinogre, a terrifying quadrupedal beast with lupine features. Not only is the Zinogre massive in size but also seems to be quite agile, capable of performing high-speed maneuvers both on the ground and in the air. To top it all off, the beast is also able to harness the power of electricity to devastating effect. Fans can see in the trailer that the creature seemingly summons Thunderbugs nearby and uses them to charge up powerful electrical-based attacks.
The upcoming Iceborne expansion continues to show off some pretty interesting content, and fans are sure to have plenty to experience on their hunts throughout the new locale. Monster Hunter World is currently available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The Iceborne expansion is set to arrive on September 6th for Xbox One and PlayStation players while the PC fans will need to wait until sometime this upcoming January.
Will you be brave enough to pick a fight with the hulking monstrosities coming in the expansion? Let us know your thoughts on Zinogre’s return and more in the comments section below. As always don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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