Published: Mon, January 20, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Iceborne’s Console and PC Updates Will Sync in April, Content Roadmap Released

Iceborne’s Console and PC Updates Will Sync in April, Content Roadmap Released

Less than a week after releasing the expansion on PC, Capcom is getting right back to work on what's next for their creature-hunting spectacular. Among the new update is a new Volcanic Region, which will be included in the end-game Guiding Lands, and becomes easily accessible once players start the unique assignment quest to battle Rajang.

There will be more updates for the second half of the year, with content coming to all platforms at the same time. Another new region - this time Tundra - will expand the Guiding Lands even further "with a snowy landscape that's home to bone-chilling monsters such as Barioth and Viper Tobi-Kadachi".

Capcom has confirmed that console and PC Monster Hunter World players will get "major" Iceborn content updates in sync. In February, PC players will also get a Holiday Joy Fest, too. By April, both the console and PC version of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne will be synced up.

Starting from February through March, console players would receive new time constricted event quests that increase the odds of encountering decorations, Great Spiritvein Gems, gold crown monsters while growing their rank. In March consoles will have their title update 3 while PC will have it's second.

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The first title update also heralds the ability to show off your room with other players - although be warned, some room furnishing options are restricted to paying DLC customers only - as well as limited-time quests that provide the necessary materials to forge the Hunter Weapon and Palico armour and weapon sets from the victor of the Iceborne design contest.

Monster Hunter: World players can look forward to Grand Appreciation Fest from 24 January to 13 February on all platforms. A fan-favourite monster will make its return in May, and more new monsters and updates are planned for June and beyond.

Both the console and PC version of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne will have something to celebrate over the next few weeks.

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