Monster Hunter World: Iceborne’s next two monsters have been confirmed

Capcom has confirmed the next two monsters that will be making their ferocious mark in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. Those monsters are the Raging Brachydios and the Furious Rajang, which Capcom is dubbing the most “brutal brawls” that have hit Monster Hunter World so far. The monsters will be arriving in March for PS4 and Xbox One, while PC players will have to wait until April for the pair to arrive.

Last week, Capcom announced it was giving away the  Monster Hunter World: Iceborne 4 million Celebration pack and  Monster Hunter World: Iceborne 4 million Celebration pack to celebrate the sales success of the game and expansion. That offer is live until tomorrow, February 13th, and all you have to do is log into the game.

Back in January Capcom gave an update regarding the future of the Monster Hunter World updates, at the time confirming that new monsters would be arriving. The main takeaway from that message though was that from April onwards the console versions and the PC versions of Monster Hunter: World and Monster Hunter World: Iceborne would be at parity, meaning future content and updates would arrive at the same time across all platforms.

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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