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Arch-tempered Zorah Magdaros arrives to Monster Hunter: World

Published: 17:00, 19 April 2019
Updated: 17:38, 19 April 2019
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Arch-tempered Zorah Magdaros

Capcom has reintroduced two new beasts to Monster Hunter: World in today's update. On PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Arch-tempered Zorah Magdaros arrives in Undying Alpenglow quest while PC players get Arch-tempered Kulve Taroth Siege.

Capcom are continuing to introduce a new and returning beasts to their online Action RPG Monster Hunter: World. If you play the game, you'll know that the devs recently announced the Spring celebration event which will also add a fresh batch of content, but today, two new, powerful beasts are taking the spotlight.

In an announcement on Twitter, Capcom officially confirmed two events are now live in Monster Hunter: World, with one of them for consoles and the other one for PC players.

On PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, players will get to hunt Arch-tempered Zorah Magdaros, an Elder Dragon introduced early in Monster Hunter World as part of the game’s story. As you can see from the picture above, he's a massive creature with lava skin, which obviously makes him immune to fire attacks and spells.

The best way to fight him would be by using the Water and Dragon elements which are the strongest counter to his armour. You can also use Ice and Thunder abilities.

Once you beat him, you'll get the materials to forge the Zorah gamma armour and Origin layered armour. Both are nice looking sets and if you want to look like Sauron from Lord of the Rings, the Zorah one is a no-brainer.

PC players also get new content today. Arch-Tempered Kulve Taroth Siege is now available to hunt. To beat the big-horn, golden dragon, you'll have to complete certain conditions to make her enter fury mode after stripping her platinum armour which will affect players drops. It's the only way to obtain incredibly powerful Incandescent Weapons.

Capcom are yet to announce the end dates for these events but judging by the previous ones, you'll probably have two weeks to complete the quests and get the rewards.

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For more Monster Hunter: World news, check out the PC release date for The Witcher 3 crossover event , which brings Geralt to Capcom's action RPG.

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