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Here's a look at the armor earned from the Behemoth fight in Monster Hunter World

The Final Fantasy Monster Hunter collaboration is live, which means you can now try to send Behemoth in Monster Hunter World to meet its maker.

Monster Hunter World was updated yesterday with free title update 4, which saw Final Fantasy 14's Behemoth added to the game.

Defeating the massive monster provides materials to make the Drachen armor as well as the Gae Bolg Insect Glaive and Dragon Soul Kinsect. This gives the players a new armor set which makes them look like a Dragoon. It's pretty cool, and not a bad set either.

An in-depth look at the Drachen armor that comes from Behemoth in Monster Hunter World is in the video below from Arekkz Gaming.

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While we're on the subject of the monster,  we know you've seen previous coverage of a Behemoth fight, but you can get a more recent look through this gameplay video Arekkz and his team made today. Watch as he, TwoSixNine, ParadiseCentral and SocksyBear do their best to take Behemoth down.

And don't forget: a more challenging battle with Behemoth is on the way.  Starting August 24 and running through September 6, an extreme version of the monster will be added via a new event quest.

Successful hunters will be rewarded with layered Drachen armor and a guild card title.

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