Aloy From Horizon Zero Dawn Joining Monster Hunter: World For PlayStation 4

Capcom had a small surprise for those who showed up at Sony’s showcase at Paris Games Week where a new trailer was released for Monster Hunter: World.

At the end of the trailer, Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn is shown as a playable character, complete with her bow and armor set and this is done through an exclusive amour set, for both the main character and the Palico companion.

The special sets can be acquired through the event quest that will be opened to players after the launch of Monster Hunter: World. Players must gather special materials from the event and forge Aloy’s armor set at the blacksmith.

It was also announced that players can choose to participate the Monster Hunter: World beta which will run for three days and exclusively for PlayStation Plus members on December 9th till December 12th. The game will launch on January 26th on PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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