Monster-Hunting RPG 'Dauntless' Heading to Xbox One Next Week

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Launching May 21 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC through the Epic Games store, Dauntless is bringing its cooperative, Behemoth-hunting action to a new worldwide audience.

Dauntless' developers have had the game in beta on PC for some time via the PlayDauntless website. The Mastery system offers a new way for Slayers to hone their skills, earn experience, unlock achievements, and acquire new rewards. This includes the new Mastery System that which provides a mastery card for each unique weapon and behemoth. According to the press release, this new monster hunting title will launch on May 21st on the PC via the Epic Games Store.

Fight for survival on the edge of the world.

It has also been confirmed that shortly after the game launches, Phoenix Labs will have some special in-game goodies for PlayStation Plus subscribers. The pass costs $10 and features 50 levels players can work through that reward cosmetics and premium currency.

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Coinciding with its 1.0 release, Phoenix Labs will kick off Hunt Pass Season 5, which will transform the world of Dauntless into a Moon Blossom Festival. Everything from questing and crafting to meeting other Slayers and pursuing Behemoths has received massive updates.

Before the game even begins, players have a wide variety of options available to them in terms of character customization, as players have the chance to choose their favorite personal options for their heroes.

Many players have called Dauntless a more simplified version of Monster Hunter, but considering the game is free-to-play, that can only be a benefit. Dauntless is free-to-play, and you'll also be able to download the client through the official site, should you want to avoid the EGS. They are waiting for you: regular updates, seasonal events, new Behemoths and much more in a rich and ever-changing world.

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