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Here's what Capcom has planned for Monster Hunter World in the next few months
Another day, another development roadmap. Today it's Capcom's turn to shed a little more light on what's coming up in the latest Monster Hunter World expansion, Iceborne. Making the announced during the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Special Stage show at Tokyo Game Show 2019 (thanks, Gematsu), Capcom detailed plans all the way up to January 2020, including a new Horizon Zero Dawn crossover event, The Frozen Wilds, which is scheduled to drop in November. Before then, however, we'll be introduced to new (to World, anyway) monster Rajang, as well as some My House-related updates. Releasing on 10th October 2019, Rajang is described as "an ultra-aggressive creature that few have a chance of surviving against," and "sports powerful arms that pack a punch, and turns gold when angry". Read more
Don't be put off by the difficulty - Monster Hunter World: Iceborne has plenty to offer the casual player
First off, there's something you should know about me: I'm a total, unashamed scrub when it comes to most video games. I'm the king of cheese; the leg-sweeper extraordinaire. If there's an easy mode, I'll take it. And yet, despite all that, I'm loving my time with Iceborne, the hard-edged expansion for Monster Hunter World - itself a breakout success for the long-running, much-loved series, earning 13 million sales and the title of Capcom's best-selling game to date. Capcom was kind enough to supply early access to Iceborne, and a decent amount of early access too - it's been sitting on my PS4's hard-drive for well over a month. And, for the most part, I've been absolutely terrified of it. Iceborne is best seen as an analogue of the old G Rank editions that used to follow in the wake of mainline handheld Monster Hunter games, folding in the base game along with a suite of new features and some truly testing challenges. Iceborne does all that, but being an expansion to Monster Hunter Wo...
Monster Hunter: World guide hunting tips
Monster Hunter: World on PC has seen its final new monster introduced in the form of Leshen. While a new expansion is still an age away for PC players, there’s no better time to jump in and begin building up those hunter ranks and creating all that good gear. So in order to level the skill gap between dedicated and infrequent players, this guide will bring everyone up to speed with what to expect in this deceptively taxing game. (more…)
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