Below you can check out a trailer showing Kulve Taroth in action, and screenshots showcasing the armor and weapons you can craft with the materials it'll drop. You can earn this by completing a special delivery quest after concluding your first Kulve Taroth Siege.
The team gave us some insight as to what we can expect from the upcoming questline found in Siege by stating it's "a brand new limited-time quest type which requires the collaborative efforts of all hunters in the same Gathering Hub (which can house up to 16 hunters)". This new monster comes alongside an all new limited time Siege Mode, which allows the maximum of sixteen players to split into parties in order to take it down. The only question now is, how hard will the Kulve Taroth be? All teams will work together to investigate and hunt down the same Kulve Taroth.
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Should players miss out on the event, it will return at a later date. "We don't have much information on when and where Kulve Taroth has amassed all these relics, so the nature and quality of these weapons (read: type and stats) are entirely up to fate".
Monster Hunter: World sees its next big in-game event taking place later this week. In addition, players will gain access to two new armor sets, with a third available for Palicos. Players will finally be able to sort investigations and cultivate ivy at the Botanical Research station. Players will no longer be removed from squads after 30 days of inactivity, and Flash Pods will be less effective when used on Tempered Monsters. 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.