Monster Hunter World: Iceborne has received its second major free title update that features a returning subspecies for Zinogre. Additionally, PlayStation 4 fans can rejoice as the second portion of Horizon Zero Dawn content is here and features ‘The Frozen Wildlands’ DLC.
If you’re jumping back into Monster Hunter World and are preparing for the brand-new Iceborne expansion, there are a few things you need to know along the way, and we’re here to help you get started, Adventurer!
As the September 6th, 2019, release date for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne nears, Capcom has officially unveiled the upcoming beta, which will be available later this month for a weekend filled fun in the snow.
As fans of the 10-million copies sold Monster Hunter World continue on with their hunts, Capcom has announced the new expansion with new DLC and a new cross-over event with Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher franchise from CD Projekt Red. Here’s everything you need to know.
The long wait for Monster Hunter: World on PC is almost over as Capcom has revealed that the PC version of the critically-acclaimed title will be headed to PC next month. As part of their celebration regarding the announcement, Capcom has also revealed a new trailer and even released the PC requirements that fans will need in order to enjoy the game.
Since the launch of Monster Hunter: World, the game can easily be considered one of the most successful titles for the franchise, and has broken records that installments have had yet to do. Now, Rathalos, the “King of the Skies,” is preparing to invade Final Fantasy XIV.
Capcom has put a lot of hard work into Monster Hunter: World. We’ve gotten to finally take on the fearsome Deviljho, they’ve added in a new elder dragon by the name of Kulve Taroth, and they’ve even added an event-exclusive zone for the elder dragon as well. Toss into the mix that the elder dragon, its zone, and gear are a limited-time due to an event called “The Siege of Kulve Taroth,” and you may quickly come to realize that your time in this event is going to be precious.
Since its release by Capcom, Monster Hunter: World has taken the world by storm and even amassed more than six million players. As part of their ongoing effort to provide the best Monster Hunter experience possible for fans of Monster Hunter: World, Capcom has announced a set of content headed our way in just a few short days including the release of Deviljho and the associated gear for the upcoming creature on March 22, 2018.
Pros: +Superb matchmaking and dedicated servers that allow for a solid online experience
+Tutorials aren’t overwhelming and offer solid explanations of every bit of the game
+Astonishingly well-designed graphics and animations
+Creatures act and appear realistic often battling one another in a turf war
Cons: -Matchmaking systems can be slightly confusing to new players
Editor’s Note: While Monster Hunter: World has been out for a couple of weeks now, we felt it was in our best interest to take our time, beat our way through the game, and even try out some of the post-game content before reviewing this title.
If I were to look at my save file, my game would tell me I sit with a single character hovering just over 78 hours, another at 30, and a third at around 10. You’d even think I’d have learned every little thing the game had to offer from its own take on past titles. If I told you I hadn’t, you’d think I’d be a little crazy, a bit off in many ways.