Monster Hunter World: Iceborne’s next major title update will add in a classic beastie that’s been a series mainstay for many years: get ready to take on Alatreon when Title Update arrives in May. Capcom announced the addition with a suitably bombastic teaser trailer this weekend, and provided some more details about coming updates.
Tag: Monster Hunter: World
After a sizable delay in the transition from console to PC, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is now available on Steam – and Capcom says the new release has helped push the expansion past four million sales. Base Monster Hunter World sales hit 15 million units sold as of the start of the year, cementing its position as Capcom’s best-selling game of all time.
When can I play Monster Hunter World: Iceborne? The big Monster Hunter: World expansion is set to hit PC this week, and for everyone who’s been patiently waiting for Iceborne since it launched for consoles in September, the big question is: when?
October 7, 2019 Monster Hunter World sales have topped 14 million worldwide.
Monster Hunter World has already hosted plenty of wild crossovers in the past, from Assassin’s Creed to the Witcher, and Capcom’s own catalogue has brought in incongruous stars like Mega Man. But the latest meeting of the games brings in the zombified world of Resident Evil, and judging by the teaser trailer it is MHW’s most extensively ridiculous event yet.
Good news has arrived for all you Monster Hunters out there. While we’ve had a fixed Monster Hunter World: Iceborne release date of September 6 for consoles for a little while, there hasn’t been one for a PC release – until now. Capcom has just announced in a press release that it will be coming to PC early next year.
Capcom has filed a mysterious new trademark that could potentially be related to the Monster Hunter series. The trademark, filed in Europe yesterday, is for an as-yet unannounced project called Shinsekai: Into the Depths.