Monster Hunter: World free item packs being given away to celebrate sales success

Capcom is giving away some free content for Monster Hunter: World to celebrate the sales success of the base game and the Iceborne expansion. Monster Hunter: World has sold over 15 million copies since launch, a new record for Capcom, while Iceborne has shifted over four million copies. The free content comes in the form of two item packs a mix of consumables and prints that can be used as you go hunting for monsters.

In the Monster Hunter: World 15 million Celebration Item pack players will get:

  • 15 Ancient Potions
  • 15 Great Sushifish scale
  • 15 Silver Egg
  • 10 Heavy Armour sphere
  • 5 Gold Wyverion print

In the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne 4 million Celebration pack item pack players will receive:

  • 40 Life powder
  • 10 Gourmet voucher
  • 10 Heavy Armour sphere
  • 5 Golden Egg
  • 1 Celestial Wyverian print

All of these items will be redeemable until February 13th and only require you to log in to the game. Recently, Capcom confirmed that the content updates between consoles and PC will match up from April so PC players, who have been behind console players, will have parity.  If you’re not one of the 15 million or four million then you can see what Dom thought of Monster Hunter: World and Iceborne below.

For our Monster Hunter: World review Dom wrote:

Monster Hunter: World is the evolution the series has been waiting for. The giant creatures have never looked better, while the beautiful open world areas and the way Scoutflies assist your exploration have brought a newfound dynamism to every hunt. It remains brutally difficult and the unprepared may still be chewed up and spat back out, but this time it’ll categorically be your own fault rather than the game’s. Whether on your own, or in a group, now is the time to join the hunt.

Meanwhile, in the Iceborne review he wrote:

Monster Hunter: World is deservedly Capcom’s most successful game to date, and the Iceborne expansion amplifies everything positive about it. More incredible monsters, new lands and a wealth of ways to upgrade your Hunter will have fans in rapture, while new players yet to experience the delights of monster hunting can rest assured that there’s never been a better time to join the hunt.
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