Monster Hunter World: Iceborne PC and console content will sync up from April – TheSixthAxis

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne PC and console content will sync up from April

Capcom has today revealed the content roadmap for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne which is primarily focused on the PC version of the game. As of now, the PC version is behind the console version when it comes to some of the content updates. However, Capcom has confirmed that by April both the PC and console versions of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne will be on the same level going forward, with future content coming to all platforms at the same time.

The first PC content update will arrive on February 6th and add the Rajang as well as the volcanic region for the end game Guiding Lands. Leon, Claire, and Tyrant of Resident Evil fame will make a cameo with players able to craft armour based on those characters. In this title update, PC players will be able to visit each other’s rooms as well along with limited time quests. There will also be paid DLC for cosmetic items.

The next content update on March 12th will add the Stygian Zinogre alongside the tundra region where other monsters like Barioth and Viper Tobi-Kadachi reside. The Safi’jiiva Siege challenge will also be there for more experienced players to tackle. During these periods of updates for PC console players will also get new limited time quests with a higher chance to fight gold crowned monsters. In late March two more variant monsters will be added to the console version, with those monsters being added to PC in April. From April both console and PC players will be able to encounter Arch-Tempered and Master Rank versions of monsters, and another monster will be added in May.

Dom recently reviewed the PC version of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne and wrote:

“PC players have been rewarded for their patience; Monster Hunter World Iceborne on PC is the definitive version of one of the best games of the last decade.”
You can read the full review here.
Source: Press Release

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