Published: Wed, April 18, 2018
Technology | By Christopher Mann

New Kulve Taroth Elder Dragon Revealed

New Kulve Taroth Elder Dragon Revealed

A new type of event called SIEGE and a bad ass new Elder Dragon named Kulve Taroth.

The primary goal of this Siege is to repel Kulve Taroth, but its shimmering golden mantle happens to be a collection of shiny weapon relics it has gathered along its journey through the New World.

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And as with every big monster update, the inclusion of a new monster brings entirely new upgrades to every weapon tree. That means up to 16 people in a single hunt, a single quest per se. Furthermore, while hunters are encouraged to team up with friends, they can also join dedicated Kulve Taroth lobbies if they can't form full sixteen-player groups. Kulve Taroth "protects itself with a glittering coat of metal".

While Monster Hunter is filled to the brim with beasts of many magnitudes, nothing has ever been seen quite as glamorously fearsome as the elder dragon Kulve Taroth. Warning: the siege event will last for a limited time, but Capcom promises it will return. Some pictures of the new armor and some weapons were shown; however, there was no information on what specific weapon types would be getting new pieces. On April 19, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players will need to download the patch, around 1.2 gigabytes, before they can start playing.

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A new Elder Dragon will arrive in Monster Hunter World tomorrow. Players will finally be able to sort investigations and cultivate ivy at the Botanical Research station. A number of bug fixes and balance changes are also part of the patch. This tells us that Kulve Taroth probably has a million hit points if it allows for 16 players to fight him. In addition, players will gain access to two new armor sets, with a third available for Palicos. Even though the patch will add a way for players to earn layered armor, existing armor created by the Smithy still can not be used as layered armor at this time.

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