Capcom's livestream lasted about an hour and detailed what the community should expect before, during and after launch week.
In other Monster Hunter World news, the publisher of gaming magazine Famitsu predicts that the game has the potential to sell 10 million copies worldwide, mainly due to its popularity in Japan. There's even a branded Visa card on the way.
In addition to the beta test, Capcom confirmed post-launch support plans. It's not too late to step in and taste that epic Monster Hunter World. Well here's a handy video running through everything you need to know. The original allotment for the Meat Shack's four-day run have been claimed but event organizers say more tickets will be released January 10.More news: Round Rock police search for missing girls reportedly abducted after mother's death
As seen in a new trailer posted above, Monster Hunter fans will face some big, bad dragons on their adventures. The first offers an early look at some Elder Dragons, among the toughest enemies you'll fight in any Monster Hunter.
The previous three missions available in past beta periods will also be available.
The trailer also highlights more than just the Elder Dragons... we also get to see numerous various creatures from the game in glorious eighth-gen quality.
If you have a PlayStation 4, you can also get involved in the game's final beta before its console release on January 26. The console version debuts January 26. Interestingly, this is the first time the developers have openly touched the PC version of the game.