Monster Hunter World has been a massive experience for RPG lovers with continuous events, amazing expansions, and tons of monsters to defeat. With Iceborne being such a huge hit, the team behind the title is sharing what’s in store for the road ahead for both console and PC players. Here’s the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne roadmap.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Roadmap 2020
Now that Iceborne is officially on PC, there is a lot more to do for everyone. That being said, the content rollout will synch up starting in April, which is great news for Capcom fans now that the long periods of wait for PC players are a thing of the past come April.
Hunters, here is the latest Monster Hunter World: #Iceborne Title Update Roadmap for 2020.
Content will sync up on PS4, Xbox One & PC starting in April. pic.twitter.com/yYhk013yaP
— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) January 19, 2020
In the graphic provided by Capcom seen above, we can see a glimpse at what January through “onward” has in store as a framework of content that fans can expect going forward. As for PC players, February will get the Volcanic Region in their version of the game, as well as Rajang and then the Guiding Lands Tundra Region, Safi’Jiiva, and Stygian Zinogre in March.
February for console players will see a few new Special Event quests for a limited time, as well as 2X variant monsters in March with a new update. April will bring with it new Arch-Tempered and Master Rank versions of pre-existing monsters as well as Astera /Seliana fest, while PC players will have March’s console update crashing in April as well as the rest of the content that Xbox and PS4 players will receive.
As for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne itself, the game, and the latest expansion, is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.