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Elder Dragons Are Coming to Monster Hunter: World

by Josh Hawkins

Monster Hunter: World is less than a month off from release, and that means it’s time to start kicking the hype train into full gear. To help kick things into high gear, Capcom have released a new trailer for the upcoming game, introducing the return of fan-favorite enemies called Elder Dragons.

Only three of these Elder Dragons were showcased in the trailer, but players will have plenty to look forward to, as the trailer suggests the return of many well-known Elder Dragons, as well as some new ones. Of the Elder Dragons revealed in the trailer, players will have several things to look forward to.

Team up with your fellow Hunters and go after Kushala Daora, a beast whose body is covered in metal plates. This massive creature has the ability to generate wind storms around itself, keeping Hunters at bay as they try to get close enough to damage it.

Alongside Kushala Daora, players will also have the chance to face off against Teostra, the massive flame king dragon. This beast has the ability to spit blazing fires and flames from its mouth, so Hunters will need to watch themselves as they try to sneak up on this beast and take it down without being engulfed in flames.

Finally, another Elder Dragon revealed in the trailer is Dodogama, a massive rock-eating wyvern whose saliva causes the rock that it eats to become an explosive and hazardous mix that can easily rip through the defenses of Hunters if they aren’t careful.

You can check out the new trailer for the Elder Dragons above to help kick your hype for Monster Hunter: World into high gear. On top of the Elder Dragons coming to the New World, players also get a glimpse at Monster Hunter: World’s first piece of DLC, which will see the return of Deviljho, who you can see at the tail end of the trailer.

For more information on Monster Hunter: World, make sure to check out our Monster Hunter: World preview, as well as take a look at our Monster Hunter: World tips to get a good idea of what you have to look forward to when the game releases on January 26.

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